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November 01, 2012

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Bill Kerschbaum

I think what's key here is not thinking in terms of competition - men vs. women - but in terms of helping others succeed. We shouldn't want to see anyone struggling, whether it's men, women, minorities, etc. And if there's a population group that's in trouble, we should do what we can to help them succeed. (For the record, I'm not in favor of making it easier for men to get good grades or nice jobs, but giving boys the tools they need to learn, grow, make better choices, etc.)

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