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Public Record - Munk Debate on the End of Men


Munk Debate on the End of Men

The 12th semi-annual Munk Debate examines the relative decline of the power and status of men in the workplace, in the family and in society at large. Hanna Rosin (senior editor of The Atlantic) and Maureen Dowd (columnist, New York Times) argue for the resolution "Be it resolved: men are obsolete," while Caitlin Moran (British broadcaster, critic) and Camille Paglia (professor and social critic) argued against. (November 15, 2013)


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