Schlafly, Phyllis
May 1986
Humanist;May/Jun86, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p12
Presents the text of testimony given by Phyllis Schlafly to the Compensation and Employee Benefits Subcommittee of the House Post Office and Civil Service Committee on May 30, 1985. Her opposition to the concept of comparable worth because she believes it is unfair to both women and men; Salaries of blue-collar men and white- and pink-collar women; Complaints from feminists about the salaries of women. INSET: Trying to Measure the Unmeasurable.


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