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List of MTF Publications
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The Myth of American Meritocracy | The American Conservative
Story broke the news of the largest cheating gossip in Harvard University history, in which just about half the students taking a Government course on the role of Congress had plagiarized or otherwise illegally collaborated on their final exam. Each year, Harvard admits just 1600 freshmen patch almost 125 Harvard students now face possible break over this single incident. A Harvard role player described the situation as “unprecedented.” But should we actually be so surprised at this behavior among the students at America’s most prestigious academic institution?