Two pundits are arguing about how the general public views the role of women in
the home and in politics. Pundit #1: "Our society has a sizable minority of traditionally minded individuals who think that the proper "place'" for women is taking care of the home and caring for children. This small but vocal group of traditionalists aside, the typical adult supports the idea that women belong in work and in politics." Pundit #2: "Poppycock! It's just the opposite. The extremist `women's liberation' crowd has distorted the overall picture. The typical view among most citizens is that women should be in the home, not in work and politics."
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