One of the things I talk about in my new book, The Leadership Test, is the fact that many, if not most, societies in the world are endemically corrupt. Corruption has spread like cancer throughout the system. It influences, alters, or stops basic processes such as commerce, capital flows, the distribution of goods and services, the expansion and delivery of education, the making of public policy and the like. It stifles freedom.
in Leadership Integrity and the Broken Society by Timothy R. Clark
[note]Instead of comenting it here and make a link to the original post I prefered to make just a quotation and urge you to read it in the original place. It is a very insightful article written by someone who knows what is the subject about. Hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did. Neverthless, your comments are much appreciate here and/or there.[/note]
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