A new Citadel era

September 1996
Christian Science Monitor;9/6/96, Vol. 88 Issue 198, p20
Opinion. Comments on the admission of four women into The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina after the military academy voted in June 1996 to drop its 153-year-old all-male admissions policy. Reluctance of the school to reach the vote following the Supreme Court's order to admit women or lose public financing; School officials' optimism for the women's enrollment in the school.


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