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Opting Out - Mothers and the Workforce  (aired 2/19/2004)
Many women who came of age in the politically charged 1960s and 1970s fought for equal standing in the workplace, both for themselves and for their daughters. But now it seems many successful and well-qualified women are rejecting the fast track for the so-called mommy track. Choosing to leave the workplace for full-time parenting at home. Whatís going on? Is the workplace failing to meet the needs of working mothers? Or is stay at home motherhood now being seen as just one of many life choices?

Women in Sports  (aired 7/15/1999)
America's victory in the Women's World Cup has renewed debate on Title IX, the 1972 law banning sexual discrimination in federally financed education programs. How much of an impact has Title IX had on athletics programs and women's sports?

How Different Are Men and Women?  (aired 7/14/1995)
Do men and women think differently? If so, could these differences be inherent in our genetic makeup and in our brains? What implications would that have for women? And what would it mean for men?

Has Feminism Gone Too Far?  (aired 11/4/1994)
On this episode of Think Tank, two controversial feminists, who share a view that is different from the modern feminist movement, discuss what is wrong with other feministsí outlooks.

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