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Modern society has collapsed. You find yourself the leader of a group that’s stuck out in the wilderness with limited supplies and gear. You discover that one member — let’s call them Member A — is better suited to using a certain type of gear currently owned by another member — Member B — than Member B is. Member B, however, does not want to lend their equipment to anyone else since it is now completely irreplaceable.

Giving Member A use of Member B’s gear would be very beneficial to your group and would be advantageous to your survival efforts. As the leader of the group, would you force Member B to give Member A the use of the gear, or would you respect their rights of ownership?

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