For what it’s worth

Betsy Newmark, who is guest-blogging for Michelle Malkin, provides (via her husband Craig) an excellent economic analysis of the “comparable worth” doctrine. This theory, a blast from the feminist past, has received far more attention than it deserves because an old John Roberts memo blasting it has turned up. Betsy’s husband provides evidence that “the vast majority of the wage gap [between men and women] can be attributed to differences between women and men in their work experience and occupational/family choices.”

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