Examining the Reasons Behind Lying When do we cross the line from white lie to whopper? Author Sisella Bok and columnist Amy Dickinson discuss the little lies we tell about ourselves.
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Examining the Reasons Behind Lying

Examining the Reasons Behind Lying

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When do we cross the line from white lie to whopper? Author Sisella Bok and columnist Amy Dickinson discuss the little lies we tell about ourselves.

Guests:

Sisella Bok, writer and philosopher; author of the book Lying: Moral Choice in Public and Private Life

Amy Dickinson, writes the syndicated column "Ask Amy" for the Chicago Tribune