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By: Fred Strebeigh
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company: February 2009
Seller ID: 225451
Condition: Used - VeryGood
As late as 1967, men outnumbered women twenty to one in American law schools. With the loss of deferments from Vietnam, reluctant law schools began admitting women to avoid plummeting enrollments. As women entered, the law resisted. Judges would not hire women. Law firms asserted a right to discriminate against women. Judges permitted discrimination by employers against pregnant women. Courts viewed sexual harassment as, one judge said, "a game played by the male superiors." Violence against women seemed to exist beyond the law's comprehension.
In this landmark book, Fred Strebeigh sh...