Re: The value of Work

Wed, 3 Jun 1998 11:56:49 -0600

I wrote:

>> Women and minorities are a few steps further down on the value ladder.
>> The work and societal contributions of women have always been
>> undervalued, the occupations traditionally filled mostly by women
>> have always been underpaid, and these tendencies continue.

Larry Conant asked:

> Where would you place wealthy, powerful women (rare though they may be)
> on your ladder; below working-class, white men?

Larry--Are you choosing these two extremes (one of them a rare
exception to any rules) to make a point, or do you really think
there is something to learn from such a comparison?

-- Bob Tighe

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