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What was plagiarized

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Saturday, March 01, 2008 10:01 am
The News-Sentinel has found evidence of plagiarism in 20 of 38 guest columns Timothy S. Goeglein contributed to the newspaper since 2000. Here are the columns, their dates of publication and the sources plagiarized:♦“Education: Ideas worth defending, honesty of reflective thought” - Feb. 28, 2007; “What is a College Education,” by Jeffrey Hart, Dartmouth Review, Sept. 30, 1998.

♦“Hoagy Carmichael's songs reflect his deep roots in Bloomington, Indiana” - Nov. 5, 2007; “Hoagy Carmichael's Memories, Straight from the Heartland,” by Jonathan Yardley, Washington Post, Sept. 3, 2007.

♦“Seeking, living good life matters profoundly” - Aug. 9, 2007; “Teaching Greatness,” by Steven F. Hayward, The Fund for American Studies 2005

♦“Honoring John Wayne's centenary” - July 23, 2007; “100 Candles for the Duke,” by Bruce Bennett, The New York Sun, June 20, 2007.

♦“Life can be beautiful if the music is” - July 5, 2007; “High and Low,” by Robert R. Reilly, Crisis, 2007.

♦“That which has been and that which can never be” - June 6, 2007; “Wilder's Ode to Mortality,” by Eric Ormsby, The New York Sun, May 16, 2007

♦“As Americans, we should give thanks for good fortune daily,” Nov. 23, 2006; “Piano to Flip Your Wig,” by Tim Page, Washington Post, Oct. 23, 2006.

♦“The divine spark in us all still illuminates weathered cemetery stones” - Nov. 8, 2006; “A Gem of Purest Ray Serene,” by Eric Ormsby, The New York Sun, Aug. 9, 2006

♦“My father, my model gentleman” - Sept. 22, 2006; “Tennis: From Leveling Up to Leveling Down,” by Jeffrey Hart, The Claremont Institute, Oct. 13, 2004

♦“Foster Park preserves transcendent ideas of beauty that are coming back” - July 5, 2006; “A Wish Came True: An L.A. Museum Displays Klimt Paintings Taken by Nazis and Restored to Family,” by William Booth, Washington Post, April 5, 2006

♦“Resurrect and revive civic education” - April 4, 2006; “What Colleges Forget to Teach,” by Robert P. George, City Journal, Winter 2006

♦“300 years after his birth, Ben Franklin remains a study in American character” - Jan. 17, 2006; “American Idol,” by Jerry Weinberger, The Claremont Review of Books, Winter 2006.

♦“Mark Christmas Eve with elegant sacred texts” - Dec. 23, 2005; “A season to remember the transforming power of sacred language,” by Michael Dirda, The Washington Post, Dec. 4, 2005

♦“Mao Zedong's hideous butchery eclipses the toll of every other tyrant in history” - Dec. 6, 2005; “China's Monster, Second to None,” by Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times, Oct. 21, 2005

♦“Rediscovering the past's foundation” - Oct. 18, 2005; multiple plagiarized sources, including “The Polish Seminary Student and the Jewish Girl He Saved,” by Roger Cohen, The New York Times, April 6, 2005, and “Light in a New Dark Age,” by George Weigel, The Wall Street Journal, April 21, 2005

♦“Christmas Eve's divine mystery creeps in softly” - Dec. 24, 2004; “No, It's Not Only In the Eye of the Beholder,” by Roger Kimball, The Wall Street Journal, Dec. 1, 2004

♦“A visit home, a beautiful summer day and a pause for deep gratitude” - Sept. 14, 2004; “Swimming to Arkansas,” by Ben Stein, The American Spectator, September 2004

♦“Let's keep language off the ‘endangered' list,” June 19, 2000; “The Inarticulate Society: Eloquence and Culture in America,” by Tracy Lee Simmons, National Review, Feb. 12, 1996

♦“Great Music has power to take us Bach to God” - May 4, 2000; “A Lot Has Changed Since 1000, but Not Everything,” by George Melloan, The Wall Street Journal, Dec. 21, 1999

♦ “There's poetry in snow, and so much more” - Feb. 15, 2000; “Arts in America: A ‘Brave Thing,' Writing Verse, Especially at Poetry Camp,” by James Sterngold, The New York Times, Aug. 12, 1999.

Source: News-Sentinel research


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