The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Can Wealth Disrupt Your Moral Compass? 

    A recent study from Berkeley shows that rich people really do believe that greed is good. As a result, they’re likely to be less ethical than the rest of us. One researcher commented that “the really well-to-do have lost a little of their moral character.” The study, which used a variety of creative ethical measurements involving more than 1,000 participants, found that visibly wealthy people proved far more likely to ignore rules, refuse to share and put themselves ahead of those with lower incomes.

    Source: ABC

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