They both use facts not to learn from but to demonstrate things they think they already know.
Careful readers might like to know if a few specific, unambiguous factual errors have been corrected for the paperback edition.
Hanna Rosin throws the error-obsessors a bone.
Within occupations, among those working extra-long hours, women earn 83% of what men earn.
Now online, the BU School of Law conference.
Do the title and overreaching claims of a book have to be "true" for the book to be good?
It seems so obvious that I never questioned it: Isn't the economy rapidly moving towards women?
How the fastest growing occupations can be female dominated while the economy is hardly shifting toward women.
Even when you define the marriage market in such a way as to paint women's situation as positively as possible, you find the marriage system reproducing gender inequality.
A reason I've been writing all these posts = looming deadline for presenting.