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December 10, 2013 5:08 PM

How about a ‘Domestic Corrupt Practices Act’?

The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act is important, and JPMorgan should be nailed for bribing Chinese officials. But why isn’t there a domestic equivalent? Corruption is corruption, and bribery is bribery, in whatever country or language it’s transacted in.

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