The Cheating Culture: Why More Americans Are Doing Wrong to Get Ahead
Publisher: Recorded Books
Date: January 2004
Duration: 11 hours 52 minutes
In this provocative audiobook author David Callahan examines the cheating epidemic-at work, in school, on the ballfield and everywhere else-that is the new American plague. Now more than ever, people are bending rules and breaking laws to get what they want. From the Enron scandal to the dot-com collapses to the plagiarism that has rocked the publishing world, this remarkable book exposes the new culture of cheating while offering reasonable suggestions for righting the wrongs.