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The Nation

November 21, 1986

The president of a South Carolina military college and black leaders angered at a racial hazing agreed to set up an advisory committee for the college that would deal with such issues as punishment for the five cadets involved in the hazing. The five cadets at The Citadel in Charleston entered black cadet Kevin Nesmith's room late at night last month, chanted obscenities and left behind a charred paper cross.

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