groupthink

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decision making by a group (especially in a manner that discourages creativity or individual responsibility)

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Make no mistake, when I say ``politically correct,'' I mean PC in the worst possible sense - as in indoctrination, as in brain-washing, as in organized group-think disguised as ``education.
Yet group-think is usually subjective and often wrong.
In this kind of sanctimonious, totalitarian-like, group-think environment, it is extremely difficult, if not impossible, to conduct a rational, liberal discourse about real reform, appropriate city policy, or any other issue for that matter.
If you feel like you're spending more time sitting in unproductive group-thinks than actually doing work, you're in good company.