Take it From Shakespeare—the Words 'Fair Play' Mean a lot More Than 'Don't Cheat'

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There is a lot more there. When you watch the movie, you will see the time clock in the Hickory High School gym. Two words, one concept, are printed on it: "Fair Play." Know where the concept comes from? The very first to use it? Shakespeare.

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  • Don Looper

    Lawyers do need this reminder often, Prof. Maslanka. Sometimes in the midst of trying to "win" both honor and professionalism are cast aside. thank you for this article. It is the professions responsibility to police itself.

  • Don Looper

    Lawyers do need this reminder often, Prof. Maslanka. Sometimes in the midst of trying to "win" both honor and professionalism are cast aside. thank you for this article. It is the professions responsibility to police itself.

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