The Economics of Sex Differentials, 1974, page 9

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Another important question has to do with whether discrimination will
diminish as women become increasingly attached to the labor force. Many
observers are confident that more women on the job with more skills and
more continuous work histories will be sufficient to change employers‘ and
fellow workers‘ attitudes. Others are more pessimistic. Their pessimism
appears to stem from a basic belief that discrimination cannot be entirely h

understood in such objective terms but is more fundamentally engrained in :~7C

 

Various attitudes about male and female roles.

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