Living: For a Change, Ethical Pursuit

The newest Canadian import makes a game out of morality

By mistake, your tax refund is too big. Do you tell the IRS? You want a child but your partner doesn't. Do you stop using contraceptives without your mate's knowledge? A friend asks you to write a reference, but you feel he's poorly qualified for the job. Do you refuse? These are among the 245 moral dilemmas, both large and small, posed by A Question of Scruples, a provocative new game from Canada that is already bidding to match the popularity of an earlier north-of-the-border import, Trivial Pursuit.

Scruples Inventor Henry Makow had been contemplating the shift in morality from the...

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