One critic of Title IX has argued that Title IX should be eliminated and that schools would continue

One critic of Title IX has argued that Title IX should be
eliminated and that schools would continue to equitably allocate resources for
both male and female athletes because of social and economic demands. See
Richard A. Epstein, Law and Economics: Just Scrap Title IX, Nat’l L. J., Oct.
14, 2002. For a contrary view, see Daniel R. Marburger and Nancy
Hogshead-Makar, Is Title IX Really to Blame for the Decline in Intercollegiate
Men’s Nonrevenue Sports?, 14 Marq. Sports L. Rev. 65 (2003). Marburger and
Hogshead-Makar conclude that many NCAA D-I athletics programs sacrifice both
men’s and women’s nonrevenue sports to increase the allocation of resources to
football and men’s basketball programs. Do you agree that schools would offer
equal athletics opportunities for males and females without Title IX? How has
the D-I emphasis on marketing and promoting football and men’s basketball as
spectator and revenue-producing sports in a highly competitive market affected
athletics administrators’ decisions regarding resource allocation?

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