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    how did the Johns Hopkins Project Begin?

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    by formulating a common definition of the entities that the NP sector contains

    • Rec 101 - Reading Notes
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    what does the classical view of leisure emphasize

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    contemplation, enjoyment of self in search of knowledge, debate, politics and cultural enlightenment

    • Rec 100 Chapter Notes
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    Which of the following is a component of the Code of Ethics?

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    Members shall use reasonable care and exercise independent professional judgment.

    • 01 Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct
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    Kim Lee manages a variety of accounts at Superior Investments. Some are permitted to invest in tax-exempt issues only; others may not invest in a stock unless it pays dividends. Lee is researching a biotech firm specializing in the analysis of "mad cow" disease. While touring company facilities and meeting with management, she learns that they believe they may have found a way to reverse the disease. Moreover, one manager conjectured, "Suppose that we reversed the disease in someone who didn't even have it? We might then be able to boost that individual's IQ into the stratospherel" Lee returns to her office and buys shares for all accounts under her supervision. This action is:

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    a violation of the Standard concerning appropriateness and suitability of investment actions.

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