There was no need for an evolutionary equal pay law: It was natural in most of recorded history, says a new study

New science now revealed: Early humans, we are told by leading anthropologists, had general equality.
 A research study concludes that for most of the evolutionary history of human, both genders had equal footing in the chaotic game of life.. 


 Mark Dyble, the leading anthropologist on the study at University College London, said: “There is still this wider perception that hunter-gatherers are more macho or male-dominated. We’d argue it was only with the emergence of agriculture, when people could start to accumulate resources, that inequality emerged.”.

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