And what does she have against John Ashbery?

“The mystery of Bernardine Dohrn: How could such a personable, attractive, well-educated young woman end up saying such things at a 1969 political rally as this (omitted in the film) about the Manson murders: "Dig it. First they killed those pigs, then they ate dinner in the same room with them. They even shoved a fork into a victim's stomach. Wild!" And how could Dohrn have so ruthlessly pursued a decade-long crusade of hatred and terrorism against innocent American citizens and both private and public property?”
The mystery of Camille Paglia: How could someone who thinks there's a fundamental tension between a young woman being “personable, attractive, well-educated” and that same young woman taking part in, and believing in the necessity of, horribly immoral acts make a living by writing about her ideas?