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Sexism is not a problem of the past. Just because women like Hilary Rodham Clinton and Sarah Palin are now prominent political faces, it does not mean that other everyday women are not still facing problems of not being treated as equals. Writer and teacher BARBARA J. BERG PhD believes that a new a particularly virulent form of sexism is taking root. Tonight we talk about how 9-11 affected women, recent studies of women’s pay compared to men’s, and whether a “maternal wall” still exists in the workplace. Barbara Berg’s new book is a call to action for women (and men) everywhere and is titled SEXISM IN AMERICA: ALIVE, WELL AND RUINING OUR FUTURE. Ms Berg’s website is: www.barbarajberg.com.Other websites Barbara Berg mentions in the interview include: