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(1) Provide an example of a consumer product currently being sold that you feel is not a morally responsible product.

(2) Provide an example of when whistle-blowing is morally mandatory and when it is morally wrong.

(3) Provide an example of when marketing has crossed the line and become unethical.

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1) I view tobacco and tobacco related products as being morally irresponsible. Tobacco related products cause an array of health issues for cigarette smokers, for example, and may cause complications for those who inhale second hand ...

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