"Ethics in America, a diverse, articulate, and witty discourse about
ethical dilemmas, makes stimulating viewing in 'Do Unto Others' and
'Under Orders, Under Fire,' two segments sampled from a provocative
10-part television series."
"Ethics in America is a brilliant use of television - as a public forum
for intelligent discourse. Highly recommended."
"Ethics in America shows extensive, challenging discussions skillfully
condensed into compelling one-hour programs as the camera prowls the
arena, focusing on the individual speaking, glimpsing the reaction of
another player in these ethical scenarios, and perhaps most effectively,
capturing the perplexed expressions of participants visibly tussling with
the issue at hand."
"Ethics in America...becoming immersed in the diverse, articulate, and
witty discourse that evolves, the viewer is treated to intelligent and
truly stimulating fare...this is another accessible and moderately priced
Wilson Library Bulletin
"Ethics in America video programs are never dull....they are unusually
"Television seldom asks us, its viewers, to exercise our minds, nor does
it often ask us to examine our consciences and morality, in the way that
Ethics in America does."
School Library Journal
"High school students often consider ethics a vague, abstract
concept....this series refutes that preconception perfectly and shows
that ethics impact almost every decision we make."
"The whole series is extremely reasonably priced for such a high quality
product, and are very highly recommended for public library collections
and for schools in which the titles can be integrated into specific
Reston Times, Reston, VA
"Ethics in America examines contemporary ethical conflicts and gives
students a grounding in the language concepts and traditions of ethics.
The course will provide young adults with the intellectual tools they
need to analyze moral dilemmas in their personal and professional
"When so much is being written and said about the decline of ethical
behavior in our country, Ethics in America is a timely effort to allay
confusion over the difference between what we have a right to do and what
is the right thing to do."
"Lively, intelligent, surprisingly witty and down-to-earth, Ethics in America is fun to watch. It proves once again that when abstract subjects
are presented in a palatable, entertaining form, television does indeed
have the ability to make us think - and enjoy it."
The Atlanta Constitution
"Ethics in America is not merely good, it's fantastic. And it's not just
pointy-headed intellectual rub-a-dub. It's more exciting than any 10 TV
car chases, it's more intense than Geraldo, it's funnier - yes funnier -
than most sitcoms."
"Ethics in America is the best public affairs series since "Power of