Lewis Sorley talked about his book Honor Bright: History and Origins of the West Point Honor Code and System (McGraw-Hill Primis Custom Publishing; August 5, 2008). A third generation graduate of West Point, he was asked to write the book for the academy by the Simon Center for the Professional Military Ethic. He was interviewed at the 2008 National Book Club Fair. close
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