Reprinted in The New York Times by Thomas Edsall on March 16, 2017.
“At one end of the scale, men continue to dominate,” writes Thomas Edsall in The New York Times.
“In 2016, 95.8 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs were male and so were 348 of the Forbes 400. Of the 260 people on the Forbes list described as ‘self-made,’ 250 were men. Wealth — and the ability to generate more wealth — must still be considered a reliable proxy for power.