Re: some U.S. observations and notes

Date: Thu Dec 27 2001 - 16:38:40 MST writes:

> Men are also prone to many types of leadership. This has been noticed for
> quite some time. It is not that men are being unfairly selected for
> (especially in science and math) per se, it's just that men are betterfat

Oh, no. There's a lot of indications men are more eager for leadership
positions, and good sociobiological reasons for that. That's very different
from the claim that they're *better* at it. Comparing societies with
minimal female leadership (Islamic fundamentalists) with those with
extensive female leadership (Scandanavia) suggests *women* are better
at leadership (on average) and that's also my personal experience.

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