A Tale of Two Frauds

Weiner, Justus Reid
June 2000
Academic Questions;Summer2000, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p46
Academic Journal
Focuses on the public dishonesty committed by faculty members of Columbia University, in New York, impairing the faculty's teaching capacity. Details on the involvement of Charles Van Doren on the deception of television program Twenty-One in the late 1950's; Information on Edward W. Said's fabrication of his Palestinian origin; Implication of the cases.


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