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Richard Schiffman: Do the Wealthy Lie, Cheat and Steal More Than the Rest of Us?

The insane feeding frenzy on Wall Street prior to the crash may be less about greed than a species of machismo. Money, for the rich, is not just a medium to purchase things; it is a measure of status in that rarefied world where you are judged by the heft of your take home pay.
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