Paula Broadwell, the woman with whom General David Petraeus admitted to having an affair, has captivated the American media since we were all introduced to her a week ago.
She's been called a "siren" and a "temptress," but journalist and professor Eileen McNamara calls Broadwell something else — a disappointment to the gender equality movement. McNamara joins Radio Boston to explain why.
- Eileen McNamara, professor of journalism at Brandeis Univeristy and Pulitzer Prize winning former columnist for The Boston Globe
This segment aired on November 16, 2012.