‘A moral regeneration’

Sixty-five years ago, Illinois U.S. Sen. Paul H. Douglas began his book with the dubious title, “Ethics in Government,” with this, “The American public has become increasingly uneasy in recent months about the moral practices of many government officials.”Times change, yet, his words resonate and apply with equal force today, reminding us that public trust is fragile and can be …

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