The One Minute Case Against Cheating

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Cheating the Future One of the most detrimental mistakes a student can make during his school career is cheating. Though often times the students know it is wrong, they are still compelled to cheat because of the pressures of making good grades. Because students are never taught the result of their actions until it is too late, cheating has become a commonplace in schools today. David Vesler, the author of “The One Minute Case Against Cheating”, presents a logical argument to dissuade students from cheating. Why is it important for students not to cheat? Mr. Vesler accurately points out that if a pupil cheats throughout the class, he will have a difficult time in harder classes and eventually in his career. I believe that this is one

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