“Question Authority” - this succinct slogan became popular in the 1970s around the time of Watergate, but challenges to power date back to Socrates’ time. Standing up to authority begins early. As kids we confront parents, teachers, and bullies. Later we chafe against constraints on adolescent curiosity and exuberance. As adults we may confront the contradictions and abuses of state power.
How did you first question authority? Do you question it today? Are your authority challenges different now then in your younger days? Or do you find fallacies in the notion?
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