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Study: Winners overlook rigged games' lack of fairness

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WASHINGTON — When it comes to fairness and privilege, a new study finds it really is not about how you play the game. It's about whether you win or lose. A new experiment, played out as a card game, shows that even when the deck is literally stacked in people's favor — and they know it — most winners still think it's fair anyway. Losers don't, according to a study in Wednesday's journal Science Advances . The study 'tells us something about privilege and about society,' said

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