Lack of women not smart;Letter

18th June 1999 at 01:00
I TRUST that the significant number of women in education will be singularly unimpressed that you managed to find quotations attributed to five eminent men from the worlds of literature, politics and the arts, yet not a single quotation from an eminent woman for your career development feature (Friday Magazine, June 4).

In the words of one of your articles in this section "Smarten up your act!" Danny Sullivan

Diocesan adviser

Diocese of Oxford

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