Do John B Calhoun's experiments with rats explain everything wrong with leftist urbanites?

Initially, the population grew rapidly, doubling every 55 days. The population reached 620 by day 315, after which the population growth dropped markedly, doubling only every 145 days. The last surviving birth was on day 600, bringing the total population to a mere 2200 mice, even though the experiment setup... show more Initially, the population grew rapidly, doubling every 55 days. The population reached 620 by day 315, after which the population growth dropped markedly, doubling only every 145 days. The last surviving birth was on day 600, bringing the total population to a mere 2200 mice, even though the experiment setup allowed for as many as 3840 mice in terms of nesting space. This period between day 315 and day 600 saw a breakdown in social structure and in normal social behavior. Among the aberrations in behavior were the following: expulsion of young before weaning was complete, wounding of young (abortion), inability of dominant males to maintain the defense of their territory and females (soy boys), aggressive behavior of females (feminism), passivity of non-dominant males with increased attacks on each other which were not defended against (violence in liberal urban centers.) After day 600, the social breakdown continued and the population declined toward extinction. During this period females ceased to reproduce (low leftist birth rate.) Among the males the behavior disturbances ranged from sexual deviation (gay "rights" and transexuals) to cannibalism and from frenetic overactivity to a pathological withdrawal.
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