WH aide lifted passages for op-ed in Fort Wayne newspaper

NancyNall.com | Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Nancy Nall read White House employee Tim Goeglein's essay on education in Thursday's Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, then ran some of his passages through Google. She found that the Fort Wayne native borrowed from Jeffrey Hart's Dartmouth Review essay, "What is a College Education?" Nall writes: "My, my, my. Tim Goeglein, director of the White House office of public liaison, is a plagiarist. Not an accidental or delicate one, either."

> Earlier: Goeglein is WH's liaison to conservatives, Christian groups (NYT)

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