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These things do not happen by chance. There is much less luck in public affairs than some suppose.
This is our fate: eight hundred years' disaster,
crazily tangled like the Book of Kells:
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A sumptuous dwelling the rich man hath.
And dainty is his repast;
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Then hail! thou noble conquerer!
That, when tyranny oppressed,
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In most other modern societies working mothers are not put under these special and exaggerated pressures. For example, French and ...
American feminists have generally stressed the ways in which men and women should be equal and have therefore tried to put aside d ...
Fashions change, and with the new psychoanalytical perspective of the postwar period [WWII], child rearing became enshrined as the ...
Women of my age in America are at the mercy of two powerful and antagonistic traditions. The first is the ultradomestic fifties wi ...
John B. Watson, the most influential child-rearing expert [of the 1920s], warned that doting mothers could retard the development ...
Modern women are squeezed between the devil and the deep blue sea, and there are no lifeboats out there in the form of public poli ...
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