Thursday, June 13, 2002

A very interesting critical piece in American Prospect debunks Sylvia Hewlett's baby bust book. The article debunks the idea that smart women have trouble find acceptable partners (I posted on that before). Hewlett said "the more a woman succeeds in her career, the less likely it is she will ever have a partner", and Garance Franke-Ruta shows that the numbers do not support that at all.

Well that's a releif. Guess the reaction to Hewlett, and Dowd's related article, just shows that "smart" women are paranoid.

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