Looking for Female Opinion, In Print and Online

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America's editorial pages remain a mostly male domain. Men also rule the talk shows and clog the blogoshpere on the Web. In our increasingly opinionated culture, where are the women? We discuss women and the market for opinions.

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Zofia Smardz, assistant editor, "Outlook" section of The Washington Post

Virginia Valian, psychology and linguistics professor, CUNY-Hunter College in New York City; author, Why So Slow: The Advancement of Women

Molly Ivins, author, Who Let the Dogs In: Incredible Political Animals I Have Known; syndicated columnist

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