When responding to a crisis rooted in individual transgressions, regulatory authorities — ranging from police officers to the leaders of major corporations and members of Congress — all tend to draw reflexively upon tools of coercion to compel compliance. This involves emphasizing surveillance and monitoring, aiming to catch bad actors, and the use of models of personal accountability and responsibility to judge and punish transgressors ... (cont)
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