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Unformatted text preview: legislature, again composed predominantly of men. (9) indicating that the author feels that since these programs and administrations are ran by men women will not get the education they deserve and the rights they deserve to break free of live society has choose for them. Although I agree that in the past women have been seen as lesser beings and not given equal opportunity as men but saying that since colleges specifically for women, which are designed to give an education equal to men are not good enough because they are ran by men is extremely unprofessional. Over the years women have made great strides in equality and in todays society are mainly seen as equal individuals with the same capabilities and same opportunities. The male professors who still feel that teaching in a womens college is a second rate career(10) as the article puts it, do treat all their students with respect otherwise there would be no reason to be teaching at an all-womens college....
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- Spring '08