The committee considers historical undervaluation as a factor to consider when determining whether a pay equity claim is arguable. For clarity new section 13L(1) should be amended to remove the reference to determining whether the employees work was historically undervalued.
It is his Anglo-Japanese furniture which is the basis of his contemporary reputation as a 'pioneer of modern design', but it is a mistake to look at it in isolation from his other work, which was not always simple (or, for that matter, successful), although a gift for simplification is apparent in all his various phases; it is arguable that his best work was done when he had least money to spend.
"It is at least arguable," Sorin contends, "that without the East Europeans a viable, visible, distinctively Jewish culture would have become increasingly unlikely in America and might have disappeared." (p.
Levy also comments, "We have come to use the word |moot' to mean |not worth debating or discussing,' while the American Heritage Dictionary defines moot as |subject to debate, arguable.' What's going on?"