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Hence, there is need to understand it clearly, otherwise if democracy is not properly defined and understood, McGowan (1991:21) noted that people would live in an extricable confusion of ideas, much to the advantage of demagogues and despots.
Of course, these are not easily extricable in the context of antiquity.
What the OHRC fails to grasp is that in an institution as racially charged as policing, the discourse of reasonable suspicion is not readily extricable from racist stereotypes deeply embedded within police subcultures.