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The case of Brown University: A culture of ‘contempt and dishonesty’

November 27, 2006

by Richard A. Zeller

The Providence Journal

The assertion that a group of people constitute a “culture of contempt and dishonesty” is a serious assertion. Such an assertion, whether true or false, drives a stake into the heart of the concept of community. For a community is a culture of respect and honesty. To maintain a community culture of respect and honesty, contempt and dishonesty need to be expelled... Download file "The case of Brown University: A culture of 'contempt and dishonesty'"

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