Agnes E. Meyer quotes

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What the Nation must realize is that the home, when both parents work, is non- existent. Once we have honestly faced that fact, we ...
God protect us from the efficient, go-getter businesswoman whose feminine instincts have been completely sterilized. Wherever wome ...
I want to know and to be and to do.
The churches ... have lost much of their authority over youth because they have refused to re-examine their religious sanctions an ...
As our disorderly, competitive technological society is piling up its victims and constantly developing new problems of maladjustm ...
... women become far more cruel than men when they hurl themselves into ruthless competition with the opposite sex.
I am convinced that our American society will become more and more vulgarized and that it will be fragmentized into contending eco ...
Our rural village life was a purifying, uplifting influence that fortified us against the later impacts of urbanization; Church an ...
... democracy is not only service, action, brotherhood--it is spirit--spirit free, indefinable, all-pervasive, that holds us to it ...
... teaching to me was anathema, chiefly because it would condemn me to a world of petticoats.
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