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Unformatted text preview: I agree with Hirschman that women are choosing sacrifice what they have } dreamed for as far as having an education and career goes. It is true that a lot of women (9. should still be getting the equal opportunity they do. I would never say that women «>-01'" .+-shouldn't still have the equality; I just understand what Hirschman is trying to point out. (\C1'\.~t ~ ~~e with Hirschman's argument when she is suggesting to women that women must "marry down" to be in the position to avoid having an "unfair share of the vJn.O family." I understand that a woman should always want to find someone tJlflt supports whatever that may be, and be able to work and keep the career that I plan on having. I.... ~1J ~ ~~ l\ClLc.ot~ ~ ~-n ~ V/cW ~ 'oc;Vo\.lt) a~ \r-c\\\j\~ shcucl VW -' dCJ. .h-fk ~~ '\JD\~ N.tU-~ ~ C00~~d ~...
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- Fall '08
- Thought, Opting out, Hirschman