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Your employer believes women are treated as inferiors int he department where he works. He has complained to his supervisor and the EEOC. The supervisor has responded by reducing his salary and opportunities for overtime. Does he have a case against the company? If so, describe his cause of action and hwat he must prove to recover.

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