Ewan MacKenna: Cheating is part of human nature
But do the people behind the testers want to get the cheats?
Two kids are playing a game of Monopoly when one goes to refill a glass of Coke. Does the other reach into their mate’s money and throw an extra house on their street?
A graduate is applying for a job when they notice that the boss is friends with their parents - do they try to gain an advantage and get a call put in?
An athlete spends a lifetime reaching the cut-throat...
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The United States cannot defeat the pandemic like a military foe but it can learn from looking back at its post-war economic recovery