Ph.D. Dissertation Woes? Here are Several Ideas!
Thu, 26 Sep 1996 10:01:31 -0500

An open letter follows this brief announcement.

If anyone would like a free email copy of the multipart
treatise on the downward wage equalizing effects of
equal employment opportunity, send a brief request to:

This treatise is chock-full of ideas for papers in
the areas of economics, political science, sociology,
psychology, management, law, etc.

Hurry while the penet remailer is still forwarding email
to the "na" form of addresses!

-*-*- Open letter: -*-*-

To Any and All Interested Members of the USENET Audience:

I have already devoted too much of my very valuable time
and energies going head-to-head with my detractors on
USENET over the issue of the downward wage equalizing
effects of equal employment opportunity (EEO).

These detractors have yet to present argumentation that
defeats my premises, and they have yet to effectively
explain away the massive amounts of empirical evidence
which supports those premises and which vitiates all of
their argumentation.

All that these detractors have accomplished is the foisting
of sophistry and gross errors, the hurling of insults and
even attempted character assassination, and the repeated
misquoting and misinterpretation of my work.

If any person wishes any further debate on these issues,
there will be none forthcoming. There is plenty of
past debate on these issues archived in Deja News
( to which
I refer all of you.

Subject headings of interest are:

Political Sci/Social Sci Term Paper Ideas Available
Sociology Term Paper Ideas Available
Downward Cross Equalization of Wages - The Debate Rages On
Equal Employment Op = Unconstitutionally Vague Law?
Why Prospective Employers Won't Quote Pay Rates
Upward Invasion of Professions, and It's Ramifications
Why the Dilbert Principle is So Prevalent
The Value of the Least Preferred Job Candidate Revealed
Management Consulting Equals Rent-A-Crony
Illegal Immigration, Why the Government Looks the Other Way
EEO Brain Teaser Enclosed Herein
More EEO Puzzlement
Reply to Nicolle
Economic & Social Analysis of Humongous Sports Salaries
EEO Ushers in Service Jobs, Ushers out Manufacturing Jobs
Why Do Companies Merge? Here's Why!
Bye, Bye, Birthright, I'm Gonna Miss You So!
To the Good Life, Kiss the Good Life Goodbye
Females Lower Their Own Wages Under EEO

etc. (a Deja News Power Search on "downward wage equaliz*"
is also recommended, particularly in the "old" database.)

In fact, there are so many points and counterpoints
in these archives, that anyone interested in thesis
ideas need not reveal his email address by contacting
me. However, if anyone would like a free email copy
of the treatise on the downward wage equalizing effects
of equal employment opportunity, send a brief request

"Government enforced wage equalization will work only in the
downward direction" - despite any initial appearance to the
contrary! And the most shocking thing of all is that the
least preferred worker does not even have to be awarded a
job for many phenomena to occur.