Quisling show

October 1994
New Republic;10/24/94, Vol. 211 Issue 17, p9
Reprints an article by political science professor Hans J. Morgenthau, published in the December 21, 1959 issue of "The New Republic" periodical, in response to letters from college students in New York City who reacted to the dismissal of instructor Charles Van Doren from Columbia University for his part in the "Twenty-One" quiz show scandal. Arguments made in Van Doren's conduct; Importance of a confession; Purpose of a moral sense in man; Connection between civilized existence and the moral law.


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