Steven F. Goldstone, Chairman and CEO of RJR Nabisco (one of four biggest U.S. cigarette manufacturers), said in a magazine interview, "I have no moral view of this business. . . I viewed it as a legal business. You shouldn't be drawing a moral judgment about a business our country says is perfectly legal and is taxed like crazy by it." (Might need to be sourced.) Think about Goldstone's statement in terms of moral awareness.
Goldstone is unfortunately correct in terms of legality, but shows a severe lack of understanding of personal morality, of its affects on behavior, and of the logical inconsistencies of his own position.
Firstly, he seems to "bait-and-switch" by taking a question of morality and turning it into a question of ...
The moral and psychological consequences of claiming a business has no ties to morality are touched upon in brief. Almost 200 words.