I also call to mind Time Magazine's "Person of the Year" for 2010, Mark Zuckerberg, who, because of the role of his Facebook (and of some other sites like Twitter) in helping facilitate "The Arab Spring" (and maybe some misplaced domestic rowdiness, too) is in a position where his "ideas" (about having a singular public identity as a prerequisite for moral "integrity") could become almost decisive in the course of future changes toward democratic culture around the world. "President of the World" -- by manipulating proxies for people rather than people themselves "as people"?
Again, my concern is mainly about the moral rules for "the individual", both directions, but not about group grievances ("class warfare" as with some of the recent domestic protests) as such. However, as Bill Clinton once said (in talking about DADT), group remedies can really subtract from particular individuals/
Brightstorm's video hits it right on the money, showing how Inductive Reasoning involves recognizing patterns, common on many standardized tests in schools and in job applications (like the Post Office and TSA tests):
After-thought, or "Retrospect": Why do I have bizarre dreams after listening to the F#-minor Adagio of Beethoven's "Hammer-Klavier" sonata?