Our approach to corruption is often schizophrenic. When we act corruptly, we explain it by saying the system is too hard to fight or oppose and has therefore "forced" us. But when it is someone else, we say they are worsening the situation and we fault them for not improving the system instead. If we are to get sustainable change, we must look at the problem holistically.
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