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Women in Society, or "A Woman's Place is in the Home," or "Women are all right, if they are kept in their place" by  Marcella WOMACK - Paperback - First Edition - [1969] - from Lorne Bair Rare Books and Biblio.com

Women in Society, or "A Woman's Place is in the Home," or "Women are all right, if they are kept in their place"

by WOMACK, Marcella

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Kansas City, MO: S.i., [1969]. First Edition. Paperback. Lengthy screed detailing the ways that women are, from the time they are young girls, groomed for their role as wife and mother, describing the inequities they face and a list of ways they can rise above their circumstances and social judgments and control their own destinies. Quarto (28cm); 6pp, mimeographed on rectos only and stapled at upper left corner. Trivial wear, else Fine.




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