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- Moral Dilemmas (1989). This Section is an Account of the Responses Toal975 Questionnaire Submitted to the Presidents Of500 of the Largest US Corporations About Matters Ranging From Stealing an Otherwise Unobtainable Drug to Save One's Son to Whistle-Blowing and Bribery. The Section Also Includes the Comments of Four University Professors Whose Fields of Study Include Ethics. As a Whole, It Provides an Idea of the Matters of Moral Concern Among Business Executives and Business Ethics Practitioners in the Mid-1970s. [REVIEW] In A. Pablo Iannone (ed.), Contemporary Moral Controversies in Business. Oxford University Press 61.
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