Women have made great strides in the workplace but in the xx factor alison wolf urges us to look not just at the progress weve made but at the distribution of those gains and the many women being left behindthe xx factor shows us how far weve come but also more importantly how far weve yet to go arianna huffington founder of the huffington post. Class has always been a major divider surely it would have been difficult to speak of shared experiences between the working class women of the industrial revolution and the daughters of . In this revealing and deeply intelligent book alison wolf examines why more educated women work longer hours why having children early is a good idea and how feminism created a less equal world her ideas are sure to provoke and surprise as she challenges much of what the liberal and conservative media consider to be womens best interests. Get this from a library the xx factor how the rise of working women has created a far less equal world alison wolf for most of history being female defined the limits of a womans achievements but now women can be successful careerists equal to men in norway women legally must constitute a third of all . The xx factor how the rise of working women has created a far less equal world by alison wolf book review click to read the full review of the xx factor how the rise of working women has created a far less equal world in new york journal of books review written by jane haile
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