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S. A. Modena samodena at csemail.cropsci.ncsu.edu
Sun May 30 07:29:08 EST 1993

In article <1u52g4INN5m0 at MINERVA.CIS.YALE.EDU> smith-una at yale.edu (Una Smith) writes:
>Jane's point of view is a familiar one, but one that I have never
>understood.  To me, it isn't an issue of being assigned "roles" and
>"playing" at assuming a role that doesn't "belong" to me.  Rather,
>I assume for myself whatever role I feel comfortable with, .....[etc]...
>Not surprisingly, many women have enormous difficulty making these
>hard choices.  I suspect so do men, but they hide their anxiety. 
>And men's default roles are still more or less intact and
>well-defined (although that's begining to change too).
>      Una Smith      Department of Biology       smith-una at yale.edu

Except for one or two spots, I could reverse each gender-mention by Una.

She expresses my guiding, personal philosophy and outlook, except she does
it more elegantly and succintly than I could.

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