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You Can’t Design for Monsters Without Becoming a Monster

Designers must turn down work that supports evil, and the industry must stand behind them

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BBrunhilde Pomsel was the personal secretary to Joseph Goebbels, Nazi minister of propaganda. Even at the end of her life, she felt little remorse, saying, “I didn’t do anything other than type in Goebbels’ office.” She…




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