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At West Point, the cadets are taught "Three Rules of Thumb" in deciding whether to take an action: Does this action deceive anyone or attempt to deceive anyone? Does it permit me an advantage to which I am not otherwise entitled? And, would I be satisfied with the outcome if I was on the receiving end of the action?
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