Sexual Harassment: Confrontations and Decisions
Prometheus Books, 1992 - Business & Economics - 262 pages
Allegations against Supreme Court nominee Judge Clarence Thomas brought vivid accounts of unwanted sexual advances into every living room in America. Highlighting the work of social theorists, feminists, psychologists, and legal scholars, this collection separates fact from emotion, focuses on opposing views, and outlines the legal and moral complexity of a debate that is only now taking shape in the public mind.
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