Jack Krupansky has pointed out that if we want to speak to a wider audience, we need a really crisp problem statement. Speaking of the latest identity meltdown at University of California, he says:
Do you think that Senator Feinstein, et al are in possession of a rock-solid “problem statement”? I think not. And these are the policy decision-makers who can make or break identity “reform” efforts. Call this Jack's One Law For Everything: Without a rock-solid problem statement, there can be no joy.
Agreed. I like it, Jack.