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In an Israeli study [1], experimenters set out to find out if blind people would be cheated more or less than a seeing person at a large market in Be'er Sheva.

First, a blind person would go to a stall selling tomatoes and ask for two kilos (about 4.5 pounds). The seller was asked to pick out the tomatoes while the blind person went away on another errand. A seeing person would do the same: ask the seller to pick out tomatoes while departing briefly on another errand. Afterwards, an expert would examine the quality of the tomatoes.

According to the expert, who got the best-quality tomatoes?

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