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The Endgame panel of ethics experts includes nationally known ethicist Michael Josephson, Olympic athlete Jackie Joyner Kersee, and David Kaczynski, brother of Unabomber Ted Kaczynski.
They responded to the ethical dilemmas raised in "Endgame: Ethics & Values in America."

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Quick facts about the panel:

Michael Josephson had successful careers in business, law and education before founding the nonprofit Joseph & Edna Josephson Institute of Ethics, which he named in honor of his parents.
Josephson is one of the nation's leading ethicists and organizer of the CHARACTER COUNTS! Coalition. In recognition of his work with CHARACTER COUNTS!, Josephson was awarded the America's Award for integrity in 1996 by former President Ronald Reagan.

David Kaczynski went to the police when he began to suspect that his own brother was the Unabomber, whose 18-year letter bomb campaign killed three and wounded 29 others.
Kaczynski, a social worker in New York, donated most of the $1 million reward he received for helping solve the Unabomber case to his brother's victims and their families. Kaczynski is head of New Yorkers Against the Death Penalty.

Jackie Joyner-Kersee is considered by many to be the best all-around female athlete in the world. She raised over $12 million to build a center in her hometown of St. Louis to provide a safe haven for kids, and a community center where they can build self-esteem, confidence
and character. Joyner-Kersee recently accepted the position as spokesperson for the SuperChallenge, a program designed to raise $1 million for the Boys and Girls Club in one year.


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