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'Pushback' Movement Fires Back Again

Caryl Rivers offers her skepticism about The Atlantic's piece, The End of Men.

Yes, men still hold most of the power levers in business and politics, and probably will into the near future. But how relevant is that argument if the country fails to field its best team, including a lot of men who need a college degree just to get to the starting line? And how relevant is that if women start shunning marriage because they can't find comparably educated mate? These college imbalances are not the minor issue she makes them out to be.

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