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Thursday, April 25, 2019

Being right doesn't matter if you can't prove it

In my latest post on the Mensa Canada blog, I discussed why I always refer to a "legal system" and not a "justice system". My theory is that it matters what we call it, because talking about a "justice system" makes people think that good always wins over bad. Talking about a "legal system" makes it clear that it's not about who is good or bad, but about what evidence exists. Check it out here. You don't have to be a member to read the blog.

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