Nation: Dating at West Point

Punishment: vile abuse

"West Point offers an example to the rest of the country. We're teaching young men how to work with young women as equals, and with women as their superiors and subordinates." —Lieut. General Andrew Goodpaster

With less than complete success, however, as General Goodpaster learned to his chagrin just two weeks after making that statement. The silver-haired, 35-year veteran of the Army, who came out of retirement in 1977 to become West Point's highly regarded superintendent a year after the cheating scandal that resulted in the expulsion of 152 cadets,...

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