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Sometimes, a set of true beliefs leads one to make the wrong inductive inference. For instance, if there is a series of newspaper stories, each of which is about a different member of the same ethnic group, and each of which tells about the (e.g.) dishonesty of that person, then even if all the stories are perfectly accurate, they present a misleading picture, by leading the reader to the false inductive generalization that most members of that group are dishonest. While truth can't lie, it can mislead.

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