A Deeper Look at Coercion and its Effects on a Person's Actions

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Title: A Deeper Look at Coercion and its Effects on a Person's Actions
 
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Some of the stuff that she points out is what some might call common sense yet they yield deeper insight when examined closely by the reader. The fact that she points out that choice and action takes place without an immediate force being applied is an important distinction because it allows a lot of people to realize the rampant use of coercion and the fact that they might be being put into a coercive situation without even realizing it...
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The fact that she points out that choice and action takes place without an immediate force being applied is an important distinction because it allows a lot of people to realize the rampant use of coercion and the fact that they might be being put into a coercive situation without even realizing it...
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