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Best 'Equal Pay' Argument Yet

The math behind the "equal pay" campaign may be sketchy, with economists telling us very little of the pay gap has to do with actual discrimination. But just for a moment, set that aside, and consider Valerie Jarrett's argument in the Post today: Women need to earn more because with so many men losing their jobs they have become sole supporters of the family. You have to admit: this argument has appeal.

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