The testimony by Anita Hill during the 1991 confirmation hearings of Clarence Thomas to the United States Supreme Court—regardless of whether the allegations she made were correct—heightened public awareness of a problem of long standing. Comments by the public during the hearings and the kind of questioning Professor Hill received revealed society's need for a better understanding of the nature of harassment and for sensitivity to the problem.
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