Ken Masugi on Tim Groseclose’s book “Cheating”

Ken Masugi has an extensive review of Tim Groseclose’s new book “Cheating” over at the Law and Liberty blog. I’ve read a bit of the book (not all of it) and Ken’s rollicking review is a good summary of not only Tim’s findings but the extent to which UCLA (a public university) was willing to go to try to conceal it.

Although Tim was at UCLA when he wrote the book I’m pleased to say that GMU has lured him to our coast to join George Mason, where he will start this fall. What a treat–and a coup–to have Tim as a colleague!

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