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Ethicist

Ethicist

Ethicist

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If we go to war with Iraq, reporters will be living alongside soldiers for extended periods of time. Host Steve Inskeep and New York Times Ethicist Randy Cohen discuss the moral obligations of reporters in wartime. Also, should you speak up when you hear racist remarks? And what are the ethical implications of dumpster-diving at a posh coffee shop?