The Fruit of Feminism

27 January 2005

It’s not often that I read something and say to myself, “that’s exactly right.” More likely, it’s, “I agree with most of that and like what he or she had to say.”

However, George Will has just about captured precisely the right set of considerations for the recent meeting at Hahvad. Perhaps there’s a red state or blue state residing inside his remarks, but I doubt it. Referring to Hahvad’s President, Will said this:

He thought he was speaking in a place that encourages uncircumscribed intellectual explorations. He was not. He was on a university campus.

You owe it to yourself to read the whole thing.

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