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Business and Professional Ethics Journal

Volume 29, Issue 1/4, 2010

Kim R. Sawyer, Jackie Johnson, Mark Holub
Pages 85-107
DOI: 10.5840/bpej2010291/46

The Necessary Illegitimacy of the Whistleblower

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