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Unformatted text preview: o Argument arose that being a mother was a “full-time” job and for women to work was neglecting children to their detriment. o p. 126: “A new generation of women social historians pointed out that women had always both worked and cared for children, but that when work, once centered in the home, had been severed from it, it had created a conflict between the two that had not existed before.” o Both family and work—creative contribution to the social good—are part of human fulfillment; men had access to both, women did not....
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This note was uploaded on 07/16/2008 for the course RLST 255 taught by Professor Montevecchio during the Summer '08 term at Mercyhurst University.
- Summer '08