Lindsay Shepherd has been utterly exonerated in the Wilfrid Laurier debacle; her would-be censors are covered in the dust of scorn. Yet there are more than a few interests left to canvas. There are the more daft theories of her melodramatic critics, and then there are the points more central and enduring: the issues of politics and ideology in a whole subset of the modern university’s curriculum.
One of the more arcane elements of the saga is the rage of full-on dolts who speculate that sheset it all up. That she engineered the farce of her own show trial.