Only now — as a student about to graduate — do I realize how few classmates agree with the loudest ones. By Tess Winston, after the recent woke disgrace at Stanford Law School
Most of us fall somewhere in between or are still forming our opinions.
A friend recently told me that “coming out as a moderate was more difficult than coming out as gay at Stanford Law School.” …
These dynamics are hardly unique to Stanford. My friends at law schools, including Yale and Harvard, have shared similar experiences.
The quietness of people in the middle makes extremism work. They’re so busy being invisible that they don’t notice — or acknowledge — the role they play.
The good news is that Federal Judges are now coming out announcing that they will not hire graduates of Stanford Law School.
The non-left people in the professional classes lack any cultural confidence, so used to being bullied, shouted down, ostracized, sneered at, disenfranchised, and cancelled.