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What academic consensus, if any Historical, explainsacademic explanations for the near-universal second-class citizenship of women?

I just heard on the news that, in 70 countries, girls face risks by simply going to school and being girls.

How did women come to be second-class citizens throughout the world? IsAre there any unified theory that is at least relatively non-controversial historical explanations for the origins of gender inequality?

What academic consensus, if any, explains the near-universal second-class citizenship of women?

I just heard on the news that, in 70 countries, girls face risks by simply going to school and being girls.

How did women come to be second-class citizens throughout the world? Is there any unified theory that is at least relatively non-controversial?

Historical, academic explanations for the near-universal second-class citizenship of women?

I just heard on the news that, in 70 countries, girls face risks by simply going to school and being girls.

How did women come to be second-class citizens throughout the world? Are there any relatively non-controversial historical explanations for the origins of gender inequality?

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What academic consensus, if any, explains the near-universal second-class citizenship of women?

I just heard on the news that, in 70 countries, girls face risks by simply going to school and being girls.

How did women come to be second-class citizens throughout the world? Is there any unified theory that is at least relatively non-controversial?