The Wave

Are the problems Mr. Ross's fault?

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Much of what happened was Mr. Ross's fault. I think Mr. Ross had good intentions with his lesson on fascism. The problem was that he lost sight that he was dealing with impressionable teenagers. He let his experiment go too far. He got caught up in his own role losing sight of his original objective. He should have ended his experiment earlier.