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A Question of Scruples

card game

First published in 1984, the card game A Question of Scruples is related to but different than other contemporary card games. Players hold both question cards and answer cards, and try to predict which answer, "yes," "no," or "it depends," other players will respond. However, the answering player can bluff, and the questioning player can challenge that. Naturally, the game is meant to inspire good natured conversations during the play.

ManufacturerMilton Bradley Company
Materialprinted cardstock | printed paper | cardboard
OriginUSA
Stylequestion
Object ID115.371
Credit LineGift of Sharon Symonds Campbell

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