After Words with Liza Mundy
Ms. Mundy argues that what she describes as a new economic order - a growing percentage of women earning more than their husbands - is… read more
Ms. Mundy argues that what she describes as a new economic order - a growing percentage of women earning more than their husbands - is having an effect on the social order. More men are looking at marriage as a means of economic stability or staying home with the children, choices previously reserved for women. She discussed the long-term implications of this and other role reversals with April Ryan. close
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Liza Munday Fellow New America Foundation
April Ryan Correspondent American Urban Radio Networks->White House
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