Arkes, Hadley
March 2010
Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy;Spring2010, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p495
Academic Journal
The article discusses the connection between law and moral judgment and the U.S. Constitution as it explores the country's economic downturn. It states that the economic crisis has grown to proportion because people in high public office were no longer attentive to the moral cautions of the provisions in the Constitution. It adds that the people no longer have a clear sense of distinction between legality and morality.


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