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Unformatted text preview: Women, however, prioritize their life around family. I find that, even with such a dangerous situation at hand, the ability of men to remain loyal to their set values contrasts normal reaction because they seem content with the status quo and unwilling to accept change unlike women. Therefore, the idea of male supremacy in family politics exists despite pending traumatic conflict. Men traditionally have always served as head of the family and normally their influence is absolute and unyielding. Thus, even in times such as the pre-Holocaust period, the voice of women suffered because of an old ideal that still dominates the roles of men and women. This dynamic strikes me as unique. Men have and most likely always will be the sole decisive voice, leaving women to quietly voice their views, but ultimately, leave their faith to be decided by another....
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- Spring '08