Kazan named names, that is the mainstream view?
I look at the book he miscarrying as a threat to his colleagues.
Yes and a frequent script theme by Kazan was a righteous, embattled underdog bravely confronting corrupt entenched Establishmeni.
Like the poor, “I couldda been a CONTENDER..! You shouldda looked out fah me...” washed-up ex-boxer in On the Waterfront, a commentary on Mob/labor union colusion on the shipping docks.
So my guess is Harvey sees himself bravely holding his own against unfair persecution.
I understand Harvey expects to be forgiven after a time; he cites the example of Mel Gibson, who once made a drunken outburst against a CHP officer.