CBS News and "Vanity Fair" just released the results of a poll on Americans and ethics. Here's what they found . . .
38% of people think slavery was the biggest ethical misjudgment in U.S. history. 20% said the treatment of Native Americans . . . and only 7% said nuking Japan.
69% of people wouldn't report illegal immigrants living next door to them. 25% would.
39% of people say it's never ethical to read your spouse's emails . . . another 39% say it's only ethical during an emergency . . . and 5% say it's cool to do it whenever.
Half of people let their kids win at board games. 7% would write a college application essay for their kids . . . and 3% would lie to give them an alibi if they committed a, quote, "petty crime."
And finally, 58% of people say that it's unethical to take more than 10 items into the 10-items-or-less line at the grocery store . . . and even if you're buying six boxes of Lucky Charms, that counts as six items, not one. (CBS News)