Monday, April 06, 2009


Commenter Gen. William T. Sherman reminded me in a comment to someone else that I hadn't looked at the fine blog about the Duke rape case, Durham-in-Wonderland, for a while. From KC Johnson's March roundup of events:
Several high-profile members of the Group of 88—the faculty members who got a race-related issue in their own backyard so spectacularly wrong—convened a high-profile conference on . . . race in America. The party line predominated—down to the refusal to allow taping of the event, lest an audience outside Duke’s campus walls be exposed to the Group’s extremist ideas.
Not very original, are they?

Update: Word of the day: "lacrosstitutes."

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