rs at robertsheridan.com
Wed Jul 9 13:01:57 PDT 2008
Lol...why restrict it to laws considering that a far greater impact
was the result of policy and practice in both the public and private
sectors. Remember when almost all of the police officers and all of
fire-fighters were policemen and firemen? Women on naval vessels? In
combat operations? Running for president? Archie Bunker would be
spinning in his grave! "Where's the taliban when we need it?" he
might ask. Female Jim Crow.
The world is no longer flat...
On Jul 9, 2008, at 11:41 AM, Judith Baer wrote:
> Could anyone direct me to a count of the number of federal, state,
> and local laws prior to Reed that made sex-based distinctions, and
> if possible, how many such laws exist today
> Jeff, are you sure your computer has enough storage space ;-)?
> Actually, I have no idea what either nhumber is. Might be an
> intererest research project, though.
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