Obeisance to an Ideal

Moore, Robert; Ellis, Joseph
June 1976
New Republic;6/12/76, Vol. 174 Issue 24, p15
Focuses on the investigation over reported cheating on a graded barracks study assignment in electrical engineering in the U.S. Creation of an internal review panel of three officers and two cadets to investigate 70 to 90 new cases of suspected cheating; Opposition by the Department of the Army against tying the guilt or innocence of the cadets to any investigation of the system; Citation of the code of honor promoted by the academy; Options available to students found guilty of the charge.


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