Garance Franke-Ruta gets this exactly right:
Succumbing to faculty pressure, Harvard University president Larry Summers finally released the transcript of his controversial comments on women in the sciences, made at an MIT conference in January, proving rather conclusively that those who gave him the benefit of the doubt about the nature of his remarks were mistaken in so doing.
Read the rest of her post. I thought Summers was ham-handed and wrong before, now I believe he should resign.
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