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Sex Discrimination / Part I (A Woman's Place in the Work Force) #291827

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 25, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(No location given) Sex discrimination in nation's work force examined. [Kathy CARROLL, Mary Beth GRAHAM, Debbie WINSLOW - comment on their careers.] [Firefighter Barbara BEERS - had hoped discrimination would end by now; believes situation has worsened.] [WINSLOW - isn't a feminist; explains.] [GRAHAM - feels feminist movement is no longer necessary.] [Dr. Linda HOLT - explains becoming feminist while climbing prof. ladder.] Percentage of women in medical, firefighting fields and average pay for women as opposed to that for men listed on screen. [Telephone foreman Carol GREENOUGH - thinks it's still a man's world.] Greenough's career outlined. [Fred FUCCIONE - wants man to fix his phone rather than woman.] [GREENOUGH - reacts to incident.] [BEERS - doesn't have the stamina to break down barriers again as she did.] [WINSLOW - would repeat experience.]
REPORTER: Meredith Vieira

Rather, Dan;
Vieira, Meredith

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