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Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo. ix, 175pp, bibliography, notes. Or cream cloth in jacket. Prev owners name stamp several times through book. An argument against Women's Liberation, for Female Emancipation. The author makes the point that while men and women may be equal they are certainly different. She takes the position that it is absurd to take the position that the enormous physiological difference between the sexes have no other consequences. This means that women are better at certain tasks and more comfortable in certain roles than men. She believes in women's emancipation which insists on equal status and equal opportunity for distinctly female roles. Liberation forces women into male roles and devalues feminity.
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