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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Christina Hoff Sommers
A major survey finds that a rising number of American women are now stay-at-home moms, although not always by choice.
With millions of U.S. children returning to public schools in the coming weeks, the fact young boys are more likely than girls to struggle in education settings is as timely as ever.
While the number of women in the corporate boardroom has been slowly rising in recent decades, some argue that the free market still needs a strong nudge from the government to shatter the glass ceiling.
Christina Sommers, resident scholar for the American Enterprise Institute, said mandating women in the boardroom though quotas or other coercive means would create the same backlash that such programs have created in other fields.
"This is going to be devastating to the business environment in Europe. It's so wrong on so many levels," said Ms. Sommers.