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Q: A form of rationalization that consists in holding two contradictory views at the same time and believing both to be true: Answer a. double truth b. think tank c. groupthink d. doublethink
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User: A form of rationalization that consists in holding two contradictory views at the same time and believing both to be true: Answer a. double truth b. think tank c. groupthink d. doublethink

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