Quotation by Mary Bell-Richards

You can't protect women without handicapping them in competition with men. If you demand equality you must accept equality. Women can't have it both ways.
Mary Bell-Richards. "Protective Legislation in England," Equal Rights (October 3, 1925). As quoted in On Women and Revolution, part 1, by Crystal Eastman (1978).
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