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Well Said! Polygamy = Inequality

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Submitted by GWK (United States), Sep 4, 2008 at 20:17

Donovan -- Very well said. Mine was to try to draw out the ultimate consequences of polygamy for those who might be most attracted to it -- sort of like ethics for selfish males. Yours is the converse of that. The consequences of polygamy from the altruistic and the feminist points of views.
And on both situations, you articulated very clearly the inequality that polygamy propogates.

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