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Harvard women's group rips Summers

By Marcella Bombardieri
Globe Staff / January 19, 2005

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A suggestion by Harvard University's president, Lawrence H. Summers, that women may not have the same innate abilities in math and science as men has touched off an angry response from many Harvard professors, including members of a committee on women's issues who sent Summers a letter yesterday complaining that his remarks "impede our current efforts to recruit top women ... (Full article: 1047 words)

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