Leaders' Use of Moral Justifications Increases Policy Support

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Description: We are examining whether, holding a policy constant, leaders who justify policies using moral or pragmatic justifications generate more third-party support for their policies. A secondary goal is to elucidate the mechanism responsible for any main effects of policy frame.

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