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Archie Bunker’s Brilliant (?) Summary Of What Equal Pay Would Do To America

Remember when conversations like this happened in every household? Even worse, 10 or 20 years before this, it was just automatically assumed that the wage disparity was fine and dandy. How far we've come ... and how far we have yet to go!

Archie Bunker’s Brilliant (?) Summary Of What Equal Pay Would Do To America
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Here's what this clip is about in a nutshell.

First, the setup: Irene gets a job a a forklift driver. She's lamenting the fact that she's paid less than guys working the same job.


And of course, Archie digs his hole even deeper after shocking everybody in the room with that statement by backing it up with ... the Bible.

And then, the punch line.

Watch the clip here:

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