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I worked as a clerk and secretary in downtown Toronto 1972 - 1980, in insurance, advertising, banking, and sales organizations. Women were treated like servants compared to men. It wasn't 'personal', it was just the social order. Men recognized that some women were smarter or had more skills than they did, but they were inferior to the male sex in the ...


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Even until the late 1960s to mid 1970s in many industries it was generally expected that when a woman married she would leave her job for full time "family life". One of the so called justifications for paying women less, during that era, was that men were regarded as the "bread winners" and they would support a family, hence a woman ...


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