Tuesday, February 22, 2005


Harvard President Larry Summers has been raked across the coals and is being sued over comments he made about the differences between men and women and why women are under-represented in high-level positions in academia and the business world.

Rather than reading about what he said, read what he said. It's interesting. It seems rather thoughtful, but it obviously wasn't what they wanted to hear.

For a thoughtful review of Summers' talk, read this analysis by Arnold Kling.


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