I had thought sexual harassment law was relatively straightforward. For decades, unwanted touching or comments in the workplace has been illegal, and companies have been required to protect victims and punish perpetrators. But just last week, three members of Donald Trump’s family, including the candidate himself, stumbled badly when asked simple questions about job harassment.
Former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson sued her old boss, Roger Ailes this week, alleging that he had sexually harassed her and that after she consistently rebuffed his advances, her contract was not renewed. Mr. Ailes denies the charges. Ms. Carlson is obviously an intelligent, successful woman, bold enough to publicly take on probably the