The New Ethics It used to be clear. Lying, cheating and deception -- they were all bad. But are they now more tolerated in sports, business and politics? We look at making decisions and the ethics of the 21st century.
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It used to be clear. Lying, cheating and deception — they were all bad. But are they now more tolerated in sports, business and politics? We look at making decisions and the ethics of the 21st century.

Guest:

Anita L. Allen, Professor of Law and Philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania. Author of The New Ethics: A Guided Tour of the Twenty-First Century Moral Landscape

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