Slippery Slope

Fallacy-In-Logic said:

"The fallacy of slippery slope is committed when someone argues that a certain, relatively insignificant event or course of action will lead to a chain of consequences, eventually resulting in some significant outcome. The conclusion of the argument, or the culmination of the chain of events, is typically seen as unacceptable, and therefore the first decision that would eventually lead to that outcome should be rejected." What Is The Slippery Slope Fallacy?

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