This has meant that the authorship question has been entirely suppressed for decades in the English and German academic centers in an unprecedented manner. This led inevitably to an absolute professional taboo zone. Scientists who would now openly confess to a doubt as to the person Shakspere from Stratford would jeopardize their career or their professional existence. The remaining authorship debate has been completely pushed into the "provincial" corner of a lack of seriousness. Independent thinkers and scientists were downgraded to "amateurs".
Unfortunately, in neglecting fundamental scientific standards the academic [Stratfordian] "experts" have ignored key contributions of alleged outsiders ( "amateurs " ) like Dolly Walker - Wraight , see picture)