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    Review the attached case study.
    In your view, what moral duties, if any, did Johns-Manville as a corporation (or any other corporate or individual parties in the case) have that should have been carried out? Formulate the moral standards on which your view is based. Do your standards meet the consistency requirement?

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    Review the attached case study.
    In your view, what moral duties, if any, did Johns-Manville as a corporation (or any other corporate or individual parties in the case) have that should have been carried out? Formulate the moral standards on which your view is based. Do your standards meet the consistency requirement?
    Johns-Manville has several moral duties as a corporation. First, it has a duty to pay heed to research being carried out on asbestos fiber effects on human beings. If the effects are harmful and can cause death, it is the moral duty of Johns-Manville to stop using asbestos and use alternative products for insulation. Further, Johns-Manville should ...

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