July 31, 2013
The Sexist Attacks on Janet Yellen Have to Stop

A few weeks ago, Ezra Klein wrote about the “subtle, sexist whispering campaign” against Janet Yellen, but I didn’t really believe it. (Hey, I’m a white guy). Yellen, the current Fed number two, is so obviously qualified and respected that I thought it was pretty much a given that she’d get nominated for Fed Chair. It’s not. And it’s getting harder not to think that doesn’t have something to do with gender.
Read more. [Image: Reuters]

The Sexist Attacks on Janet Yellen Have to Stop

A few weeks ago, Ezra Klein wrote about the “subtle, sexist whispering campaign” against Janet Yellen, but I didn’t really believe it. (Hey, I’m a white guy). Yellen, the current Fed number two, is so obviously qualified and respected that I thought it was pretty much a given that she’d get nominated for Fed Chair. It’s not. And it’s getting harder not to think that doesn’t have something to do with gender.

Read more. [Image: Reuters]

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