Whispering Down the Lane at Harvard

 

Whispering Down the Lane at Harvard

Prexy pilloried for a speech nobody read "When an individual assumes certain positions of public responsibility, we require him to place his financial assets in a blind trust. We do this in order that he not profit personally from his office. When an individual assumes the presidency of a great university, we require him to place his testicles in a blind trust. We do this in order that he not rebel against the dictates of political correctness." --Roger Kimball "Dr. West and Mr. Summers: A Harvard Tale--Cornel West vs. Larry Summers" National Review, January 28, 2002 The resignation of Conrad K. Harper--distinguished New York