How does a mother have time to pick up her kids from school when she needs to work double shifts? What does a father do when he makes less money than he needs to live feed his family?
The Moral Underground is a very serious set of essays and interviews about the ethical implications of ordinary Americans who bend the rules of their jobs or laws to help those who are less fortunate or have no place to turn for help.
Author, Lisa Dodson is currently a professor of sociology at Boston College and has also taught public policy at Harvard. She has presented her research in Congressional hearings, non-profit organizations and many universities.