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Quotation by Sandra Scarr
Until the Second World War, it was unthinkable for a married woman of the working or middle class to disgrace her husband by working after marriage, because her employment indicated that he was a poor provider
Sandra Scarr (20th century), developmental psychologist. Originally noted in, Woman's Proper Place, S.M. Rothman (1978). Mother Care/Other Care, ch. 2 (1984).
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