If Not for the Honor . . .

WOMEN AT 1600 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE ARE MIFFED NOW that a congressional subcommittee has published a revealing report on WHITE HOUSE SALARIES. Seems that as of 1991, the period covered by the report, several men were earning substantially more than women with the same job titles. Gary Foster, for example, then a deputy press secretary, earned $85,000, 42% more than deputy press secretary Alixe Glen ($60,000); Steve Hart, then a deputy assistant to the President ($115,300), earned 65% more than Judy Smith ($70,000), who had the same title. Sighed one of the well-paid men: "It's not gonna look so good that the...

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