Not enough women opinion writers

March 12, 2005 | By Jim Stovall | Filed in: journalism.

There aren’t enough women opinion writers — or at least not enough of them make it onto the pages of America’s newspapers.

That’s the issue, not what Susan Estrich thinks about Michael Kinsley or how he has responded to her, entertaining as all that might be.

That dustup between a couple of high-profile Harvard grads has used up some ink lately, if for no other reason that its escalating nastiness. Here’s the essence of it as recounted in a Los Angeles Times article by James Rainey this week. Estrich is a law professor at Southern California, the campaign manager for Michael Dukakis’ 1988 presidential campaign, and a syndicated columnist. Kinsley is the former editor of, a former host of CNN’s Crossfire, and currently the editorial page editor of the Los Angelese Times.

And both are adults. More

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