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Carl Jung : Stereotypes and unhealthy personas make people vote for repressive governments

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Carl Jung believed that unhealthy personas and masks drive people to be more open to fascism. Is the stress and anxiety from not being able to live up to unhealthy social norms and practices driving us to become more open to fascism and dictators? Do unhealthy personas create dictators?
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