The campus almost seems to be designed, geographically, to inculcate moral isolationism
. Walk from Sproul Plaza, where antiwar protesters once massed before marches, out toward the burrito-and-sprouts joints of Telegraph Avenue, and you run a gauntlet of outstretched hands and Styrofoam cups, The beggars are so numerous and, in some cases, so patently undeserving--skinheads and Goth kids demanding beer money--that after a few burrito runs the whole scene degenerates to the level of the picturesque.
Part H identifies parallels between their respective positions and two contemporary theories of lawyer professionalism: "neutral partisanship" and "moral activism." This part then traces the butler and the housekeeper's common lapse into moral isolationism, which is not a logical consequence of either theory.
There was, in addition, another element of moral isolationism in Stevens and Kenton's story.