Virginia Crocheron Gildersleeve quotes

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There was danger at times that women might not be judged by the highest standards, but more leniently because of their sex. "She i ...
...expatriated Americans, even Henry James himself, have always seemed to me somewhat anchorless, rudderless, drifting before the ...
For more than twenty-five years my mind had been deeply troubled by the fact that these mechanical and scientific achievements of ...
The most profound effect of World War I on me ... was that it committed me to international affairs as the principal work of my li ...
...I still have faith occasionally in the brotherhood of man, and in spite of all the tragedies that have intervened since [1945], ...
Barnard's greatest war service ... was the continuance of full-scale instruction in the liberal arts ... It was Barnard's responsi ...
...at this stage in the advancement of women the best policy for them is not to talk much about the abstract principles of women's ...
The ability to think straight, some knowledge of the past, some vision of the future, some skill to do useful service, some urge t ...
If we could produce one or two more Madame Curies, that would accomplish far more for the advancement of women than any amount of ...
It was hard for an American to understand the contented acceptance by English men and women of permanent places in the lowest soci ...
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