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Media: It’s a Woman’s Nation While Dad’s on His Knees

Instead of a thoughtful series on very real gender inequities in wages, unfair gender-rating of health insurance and antiquated
employment policies to truly elevate the public debate, it now appears Cosmopolitan is advising the Shriver Team.

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Media Ignores Women’s Health Disparities in Shriver Report

The “battle of the sexes is over” claims the much-heralded Shriver Report: A Woman’s Nation Changes Everything on American work and family life. Unless, of course, you’re among the millions of women for whom it isn’t.

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New Study: “A Woman’s Nation Changes Everything”

A lot has changed since John F. Kennedy put Eleanor Roosevelt at the
head of the very first Commission on the Status of Women. According to
Anthropologist Margaret Mead, who co-edited the final report of that
organization, "the climate of opinion is turning against the idea that
homemaking is the only form of feminine achievement."

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