TITLE

Are Women Degenerating?

PUB. DATE
January 1927
SOURCE
America;1/8/1927, Vol. 36 Issue 13, p299
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
The article discusses about women and their demand for equality. The author agrees with Charles A. Richmond when he said that by attaching highly unconventional meanings to their efforts for equality with men, some women are degrading their womanhood instead of elevating it. The author also says that some women professors advocate principles that would destroy civilization as it is known now.
ACCESSION #
35371139

 

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