Was it Howard Fineman or David Brooks? No one on the panel (including Michele Norris and Norah O'Donnell) said a thing.
See previous IPBiz posts:
http://ipbiz.blogspot.com/2005/01/another-problem-at-harvard.html [His [Summer's] contention that boys outperform girls in science and maths because of genetic differences ...]
http://ipbiz.blogspot.com/2005/01/summers-and-other-economists-out-of.html ["I felt I was going to be sick," said Nancy Hopkins, a biology professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who listened to part of Summers' speech Friday [Jan. 14, 2005] to a session on the progress of women in academia organized by the National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Mass. ]
If Hopkins was going to be sick in 2005, imagine her reaction to someone in 2008 saying Summers was right after all.