Last week GrubHub executive Matt Maloney invited the company’s employees to resign if they agreed with Donald Trump’s “nationalist, anti-immigrant and hateful politics.” I don’t think I was the only person to delete the GrubHub app from my phone: Its stock price immediately fell 4 percent.Capitalism. I love it.The stock-price reaction told us Maloney’s effort at mixing business with politics was a betrayal of his duty to the company’s shareholders. We’ll let them figure that one out. But what happens when viewpoint bigotry is widespread, and there’s no market corrective?I’m talking about American higher education, of course. There are 10 times more Democrats than Republicans on university faculties, and the conservatives are disproportionately to be found in the hard sciences or among older colleagues who are aging out. The imbalance is especially striking in the social sciences and the humanities, where real teaching can take a back seat to political indoctrination.
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