In 1934, Sheldon Kaplan, an arts student at the University of Minnesota with a near A average, was suspended for refusing to attend required military drill and ROTC classes. The controversy would become one of many surrounding the ROTC and the growing anti-drill movement on campus. President Coffman reinstated Kaplan and overruled the ROTC faculty.
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