Fake Bigotry, Real Money
The frenzied search for one’s own racism has become a national compulsion.
How to prevail in an age of unbridled woke id? Heather Mac Donald, Lucas Morel, Peter Myers, and Avik Roy respond to William Voegeli’s recent essay at the Claremont Review of Books.
“It is the power to name and shame, to demand abject apologies, to obliterate reputations and careers. It is brought to bear against people accused of violating rules, often vague but always severe, about what may or may not be said, and who may or may not say it.” In his recent essay on the…