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In our lives, we have a variety of interactions with people who we know well and who are strangers to us. There is often warmth and depth in our relationships with family and friends and coldness and mechanistic interactions with people we don't know. These are the levels of what we can call the "we-space". At the local level, the we-space is more vibrant, but as things get larger and more distant, the we-space seems to collapse into faceless masses. This becomes important when we recognize that we don't often know the people who are in positions of power and authority, even though our lives are impacted by their decisions. Is there any way that we can scale up the friendly and family-like interpersonal relations to the societal level?