The Cheating culture: why more Americans are doing wrong to get ahead

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RB Large Print, Jan 15, 2004 - Business ethics - 449 pages
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Cheating on every level has risen dramatically in the last two decades. Why all the cheating? Callahan pins the blame on the dog-eat-dog economic climate of the past two decades. An unfettered market and unprecedented economic inequality have corroded our values, he argues-and ultimately threaten the level playing field so central to American democracy itself.

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User Review  - quantum_flapdoodle - LibraryThing

The author theorizes that cheating is at an all time high in American culture (it's hard to be sure with his data, since we don't have data far enough back to compare). Very little of what he ... Read full review

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User Review  - Devil_llama - LibraryThing

The author theorizes that cheating is at an all time high in American culture (it's hard to be sure with his data, since we don't have data far enough back to compare). Very little of what he ... Read full review

Contents

Cheating in a Bottomline Economy
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Whatever It Takes
84
A Question of Character
130
Copyright

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