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Martha Stout covers the same ground in her book "The Sociopath Next Door".


"..a small but damaging and dangerous element..."

Small? Looking at the 21st century, large American (now multinational) Corporations and their ethics (or lack of), I'd say not so small..

In fact I've read another study about psychopathology (though I cant cite its name or author) that suggests that Psychopaths are more common in American society and business than every before, or at least more common that was known before.

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