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- James Q Wilson Professor emeritus at Harvard University and UCLA, public policy analyst, author of several books including "The Moral Sense"
- Sissela Bok Senior visiting fellow, Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies, author of several books including: "Lying: Moral Choice in Public and Private Life" and "Common Values"
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