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Democratic backsliding has multiplied 'unprincipled' political principals: governments with weak commitment to the public interest. Why do some bureaucrats engage in voice and guerrilla sabotage to thwart policies against the public interest under 'unprincipled principals', yet others do not? Despite its centrality in contemporary governance, this conundrum has not seen quantitative research. We address this gap with survey evidence from 1,700 Brazilian public servants during the Temerdoi:10.1093/jopart/muab028 fatcat:siotknesk5ehbmufsqdt2wlsw4