National Cartoonists Defend Harvard Student Accused of Plagiarism

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Great minds think alike, and sometimes young minds make mistakes, a national cartoonist tells the Crimson. Therefore, argues Daryl Cagle, who maintains the archive from which Kathleen Breeden is accused of borrowing, the Crimson should not have dropped her. Stephen Breen, whose cartoons Breeden is accused of stealing, agreed that the measure by President William C. Marra was excessive.