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What Makes People Act on Speculation Instead of on Actual Evidence?

It takes time for fire investigators to conduct a cause-and-origin analysis, so how could it be that blame for the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 was spread by the newspapers before the investigation was completed?

Does the need for answers, which purportedly explain a bad event, ever replace the need to conduct a careful investigation?  Explain your answer.

Does it ever make sense to ascribe blame before blame can be reasonably evaluated?


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