As the United States is consumed with the scandal involving President Clinton and Monica Lewinsky, many citizens have wondered why a man at the apex of his career would endanger himself and his family for the sake of a few cheap thrills. Here, Simon (sociology, U. of Calif., Berkeley and San Jose St
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A Theory of Elite Deviance
The Classiﬁcation of Elite Deviance
The Consequences of Elite Deviance
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