In 1961, John Gittinger from the Hartford Colleges wrote a letter to a number of universities and universities to examine the public opinion on the effect of an experiment designed to induce moral corruption. The focus was to examine the responses of the listening public to the horror that was unfolding in the pristine environment of the Hamm Maschinenfabrik St. Georg’s factory plant in its own isolated mountain community, only accessible during 8am to 12pm in the morning on Saturdays and Sundays by way of the solitary testing facility that was mocked by

In 1961, John Gittinger from the Hartford Colleges wrote a letter to a number of universities and universities to examine the public opinion on the effect of an experiment designed to induce moral corruption. The focus was to examine the responses of the listening public to the horror that was unfolding in the pristine environment of the Hamm Maschinenfabrik St. Georg’s factory plant in its own isolated mountain community, only accessible during 8am to 12pm in the morning on Saturdays and Sundays by way of the solitary testing facility that was mocked by

In 1961, John Gittinger from the Hartford Colleges wrote a letter to a number of universities and universities to examine the public opinion on the effect of an experiment designed to induce moral corruption. The focus was to examine the responses of the listening public to the horror that was unfolding in the pristine environment of the Hamm Maschinenfabrik St. Georg’s factory plant in its own isolated mountain community, only accessible during 8am to 12pm in the morning on Saturdays and Sundays by way of the solitary testing facility that was mocked by

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In 1961, John Gittinger from the Hartford Colleges wrote a letter to a number of universities and universities to examine the public opinion on the effect of an experiment designed to induce moral corruption. The focus was to examine the responses of the listening public to the horror that was unfolding in the pristine environment of the Hamm Maschinenfabrik St. Georg’s factory plant in its own isolated mountain community, only accessible during 8am to 12pm in the morning on Saturdays and Sundays by way of the solitary testing facility that was mocked by

In 1961, John Gittinger from the Hartford Colleges wrote a letter to a number of universities and universities to examine the public opinion on the effect of an experiment designed to induce moral corruption. The focus was to examine the responses of the listening public to the horror that was unfolding in the pristine environment of the Hamm Maschinenfabrik St. Georg’s factory plant in its own isolated mountain community, only accessible during 8am to 12pm in the morning on Saturdays and Sundays by way of the solitary testing facility that was mocked by