Muhammad Ali [speaking in Zaire, Africa]: "There's no country as great as the smallest city in America. I mean [here in Zaire] you can't watch television. The water won't even run right. The toilets won't flush. The roads, the cars--there's nothing as great as America."
Sociocentrism is group-centered thinking, i.e., thinking that is excessively influenced by group standards of conduct or belief.
Chapter 1 discusses two major forms of sociocentrism: group bias and conformism.
What form of sociocentrism does Ali display in this passage: group bias or the herd conformism?