JOBS: A Long Road for Women

Fittingly enough, the first CEA report to be prepared partly by a woman —Marina von Neumann Whitman, the council's only female member—is also the first to contain a chapter on the role of women in the economy. The chapter was included because CEA Chairman Herbert Stein was asked to write an article for the Ladies' Home Journal on the subject; looking into the matter, he discovered what Mrs. Whitman calls "a mass of ignorance." The CEA report cuts through that ignorance in rather gloomy fashion and indicates that women have made startlingly...

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