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Morals And Orders in "Guests of the Nation"
Morals and Orders
There is a superstition that under danger men can be expected to have more than their normal powers, and that they will outdo their best efforts simply because their lives are in danger. Indeed, in many ways the reality is just the opposite, and individuals under stress are far less capable of doing anything other than blindly running from or charging toward a threat. There are institutions in society that people turn to to help determine what is right and wrong. Most people believe that the laws of society are right and it is our duty to follow them. The majority of pe…
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