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The __________ challenges one to ask, “how would you feel if your behavior appeared on The Wall Street Journal?” a) veil of ignorance b) categorical imperative c) disclosure rule d) confession constraint
b) categorical imperative
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The DIACLOSURE RULE_ challenges one to ask, “how would you feel if your behavior appeared on The Wall Street Journal.
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