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The more dubious and uncertain an instrument violence has become in international relations, the more it has gained in reputation ...
In civil and political affairs, American women take no interest or concern, except so far as they sympathize with their family and ...
... much less time should be given to school, and much more to domestic employments, especially in the wealthier classes. A little ...
The woman who is rearing a family of children; the woman who labors in the schoolroom; the woman who, in her retired chamber, earn ...
... the physical and domestic education of daughters should occupy the principal attention of mothers, in childhood: and the stimu ...
I think that the heroism which at this day would make on us the impression of Epaminondas and Phocion must be that of a domestic c ...
Mighty few young black women are doin' domestic work. And I'm glad. That's why I want my kids to go to school. This one lady told ...
Men perceive that equating love and domestic work is a trap. They fear that to get involved with housework would send them hurtlin ...
... it is more than petty treason to the Republic, to call a free citizen a servant. The whole class of young women, whose bread d ...
Even a wise judge is hard put to adjudicate family affairs.
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