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Some citizens view government as an intellectual monolith, where officials are expected to follow blindly whatever policy has been approved. In actuality, government is a much more fragmented institution where men who hold different positions express their thoughts both before and after decisions are made.doi:10.1126/science.154.3752.988 pmid:17752796 fatcat:dspnhh4hs5ferl4tfit4oed5ry