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Old 2004-01-13, 03:00   #3
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The other half of the issue is that right and wrong usually aren't clearly defined. For example, let's say the government wants to raise taxes. The public votes against it, thinking that this is the right thing to do. But in actuality the government needs the revenues to fund, say, education. Thus the action that appears to be right is actually wrong, but of course no one ever finds out about this until after the fact.
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