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Nov. 16, 2010

As Chicago Public Schools face a lawsuit arguing that there’s a gap between the percentage of female students and female athletes, we talk with Angelina Williams, an athlete who says she benefited from the 1972 law that prohibits sexual discrimination in federally funded schools. And, University of Chicago law professor Richard Epstein tells us why Title IX isn’t necessary.