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Yes, supply and demand are critical factors, and both are influenced by perception and attitude.
I believe an attitude that urges respect and kindness (eg. no downer policies), even if not followed to its logical end is preferable to one that considers egregious cruelty as a beneficial tool for educating people.
There are many ways to educate people, and ideally our means and our ends will ultimately be consistent....
I hope that makes sense.
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