Most social policy is based on the assumption that people&rsquo;s motives are primarily selfish. But what if we're <strong>more virtuous than we think</strong>?

Most social policy is based on the assumption that people&amp;rsquo;s motives are primarily selfish. But what if we&#39;re more virtuous than we
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Most social policy is based on the assumption that people’s motives are primarily selfish. But what if we're more virtuous than we think?

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