This book outlines the transformations that have taken place at the Naval Academy between 1949 and 2000. It describes how the Academy embraced some of the changes, such as the use of popular media for recruitment, and how it struggled with other changes, such as the integration of minority and women within the Brigade of Midshipmen. After several protests or resistance by midshipmen as exemplified by the Anderson v. Laird case, Academy officials became more open minded and were able to lead the Academy through changes in the institution's culture.
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