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  • Parth Nagal

    Nazi Rally, Nuremberg

  • Amanda Hertel

    Singleminded Purpose

  • danielle cavasin

    This is an example of social influences shaping our behavior. As our text book says "we long to connect, to belong, and to be well thought of," and that is was influenced these social creatures. From probably once good people, into Nazi soldiers, instruments of the Holocaust. The power that comes with social situations sometimes leads evil situations with good intentions, but ending with people agreeing and doing something cruel and wrong.

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