How different are men and women? — with Christina Hoff Sommers (1995) | THINK TANK

Original air date: July 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?

Host:
Ben Wattenberg — senior fellow, American Enterprise Institute

Panelists:
Deborah Tannen — professor of linguistics at Georgetown University, author of You Just Don’t Understand: Women and Men in Conversation
Lawrence Hedges — professor of social science and education at the University of Chicago
Robert Wright — author of The Moral Animal: The New Science of Evolutionary Psychology
Christina Hoff Sommers — professor of philosophy at Clark University, author of “The War Against Boys: How Misguided Feminism Is Harming Our Young Men” and “Who Stole Feminism”

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