ELIZABETH FARNSWORTH: And for more we’re joined by Walter Olson, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, author of several books, and a monthly columnist for the magazine Reason; Kathleen Gerson, professor of sociology at New York University and author of No Man’s Land: Men’s Changing Commitments to Family and Work; Geoffrey Godbey, professor of leisure studies at Penn State University and co-author of Time for Life: the Surprising Way Americans Use their Time; and Paula Rayman, Director of the Radcliffe Public Policy Institute and co-editor of the Temple University Press, Labor and Social Change Series. Thank you all for being with us.
Who is working more?
Kathleen Gerson, let’s get a little deeper into this. Who in this country is working more?