Carr's basic views on ethics in business are recognized for the insight they provide into the dynamics of a free and competitive market. Critics point out that he views business ethics very narrowly, simply as a set of rules created by the government and the courts that must be obeyed. He assumes that one's role as a businessperson takes precedence over one's other societal roles. But, if one's personal morals conflict with business rules, should one have to compromise one's personal beliefs?
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