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Law and Ethics

Societies that constantly experience scandals, like ours, suffer from a type of collective squizofrenia. Each story of corruption produces two opposite reactions: while some, the moralists, throw up their hands in horror and clamer for exemplary punishments, others, the cynics, shrug their shoulders and say that nothing has happened until there’s a final conviction. 

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