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Warren Farrell was born in 1943 and grew into an American educator, and author of seven books on men's and women's issues. In the 60’s he started his research on gender issues and mostly focused on the feminist perspective, but by the 80’s he thought that men were being misrepresented. Into the 90’s this feeling began to grow and although his book Why Men are the way They Are (published in the 80’s) was an award-winning best seller, he published The Myth of Male Power to confront the misinterpretations of men. He is the only man to have been elected three times to the national organization for women New York Governing Council and his books are published in more than 50 countries and in 15 languages. Farrell’s other book, Why Men Earn More: the Startling Truth behind the Pay Gap - and What Women can Do about it has been selected by U.S. News and World Report in 2006 as one of the finest four books on careers. Warren has appeared on over 1000 TV and radio shows, and been interviewed frequently by Oprah and Barbara, and by Larry King and Peter Jennings. Farrell has said that despite all his accomplishments “his best moments are at home” in Mill Valley, California with his wife Liz, and two daughters. Why do men earn more than women? Men work more hours in more dangerous and unpleasant jobs. They accept more easily the night shifts and risks of business. Librarian women earn less than the garbage men, not because of discrimination, but because so many candidates strive for

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