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In the 2004 presidential election, many Americans said moral judgment was a crucial factor in their decision. An ethicist explores how our values lead us to make complex decisions in all aspects of our lives, from the White House to the schoolhouse.
- Rushworth Kidder Founder and president of the Institute for Global Ethics and author of eight books on subjects ranging from international ethics to the global future.
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