A group of seemingly powerless college athletes have realized their immense strength. A group of unpaid workers have exercised their control over great riches.
The voice of the college athlete has finally been heard, and its words have toppled a king.
Tim Wolfe, University of Missouri system president, resigned Monday after being swamped by protests that he was enabling racial tensions. The demonstrations came from all corners of campus, and even included a hunger strike by graduate student Jonathan Butler, but make no mistake about the biggest push here.
Wolfe never leaves his office if he's not thrown into the street by some 30 black members of the Missouri football...