I would actually argue the exact opposite.
What I increasingly see is lot of mid-level devs mindlessly using tools just because they use them everywhere else regardless if their project actually needs it and establishing dictatorship over this because junior devs can't really challenge them. Usually when I see this in a company, at some point a senior dev comes in and almost always it results in mid-levels leaving project shortly after.
IMHO Redux is just an excuse to not having to think hard about your architecture.
Fundamental questions about development are like religion, you can never win discussing them.
Redux, scope models, Context etc. All been around for a long time and all are good tools to achieve end result, it is up to you to choose the right tool and use it well.
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