Although both men and women will be at the polls today, it wasn't so long ago that women were denied the right to vote. Few modern day women would tolerate being referred to as "the frailer sex," "intellectually inferior to men," or even "hysterical" - terms widely accepted by men and women alike in the 19th century. Author S.T. Joshi looks back at two centuries of contempt for women's physical, intellectual, and psychological capacities, and asks why prejudice against women was so rampant. Susan Estrich, professor of law at USC, discusses what has - and has not - changed since then.