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50.(p. 206)Why is white-collar crime rarely prosecuted, and why do its perpetrators typically go unpunished? A. It is less immoral than non-white-collar crime.B. White-collar crime is rare.C. White-collar crime typically inflicts less harm on others than other types of crime.D.White-collar perpetrators have high status and power.
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