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When It Comes to Working for the Japanese, Old Stereotypes Are Neither Useful Nor Valid

July 17, 1988

One thing about the story, "Americans as 'Watched' Executives," struck me as particularly ironic; the spectacle of a group of primarily white males complaining about lack of opportunity for advancement and admittance to off-hours socialization. Do you suppose any of those folks who wonder why women would want to join an all-male businessmen's private club are paying attention?

KAY SHAPERO

Los Angeles

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