What’s Wrong With Bribery
This chapter uses the facts of Singleton as a reference point for the broader analysis of bribery — what its limits are and why it's morally wrong. It defines bribery as an agreement in which a briber promises to act in furtherance of some interest of the briber. It focuses on questions such as who can be a bribe, who can be a briber, what the bribe must give, and what he must receive in return. It seeks to get at the underlying moral content of bribery, by distinguishing between taking a bribe and offering a bribe.
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