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Covering Midway through Kenji Yoshino’s The Pressure to Cover I began to hope that this was written shortly after Yoshino became a professor at Yale Law School in 1998. Perhaps that would lessen the shock of the acts of covering described. Unfortunately this was published not too long ago, in 2006, most likely making the events described more recent. Many times I find myself appalled at the behavior of the human race. A person shouldn’t feel the need to hide who they are to gain the approval of the public. I don’t understand how many of the cases presented were not won. The case of Robin Shahar, who claims that her job offer from the Georgia
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Unformatted text preview: Department of Law was rescinded once senior officials learned that she is a lesbian, irks me the most. The Georgia Department of Law claims that Shahar was terminated “on the basis of her conduct”. Shahar was let go before her job began, what conduct was there to examine and determine she should be let go? People’s intolerance of those they deem different will never cease to amaze and infuriate me. I wish that people would be more understanding because I think it would make life a lot easier for everyone....
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