When honesty's not the best policy

  • 1999-01-14
  • Denise Albrighton
TALLINN - It is better to be dishonest than honest, popular belief would have it, and if you want the best life of all, its preferable to be a politician.Politicians, enterprising people and dishonest men and women came out on top in a recent survey about who has the best life in Estonia today. The survey, carried out by Saar Poll in November and December, found that life is more problematic for teachers, non-Estonians, young people, honest people and old people. For farmers and families with children it was the worst. The public feels, according to the poll, that it is better to be an entr...
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