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How morally and ethically obligated are leaders to protect the best interest of their followers?

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    Doesn't that depend upon whether the interest of their followers benefits the people as a whole?

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    i guess so and does this obligation extend to disobeying questionable orders?

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    Yes.

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    Of course, one of the dilemmas for political leaders is when the interests of their many followers conflict.

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