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State laws of special value to women, January 1, 1950.

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The Physical Object
Pagination[51] l.
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Open LibraryOL262269M
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January1, lffiNTOPLABOR WOMEN'SBUSmU ,Secretary ,Director Washiiigton35,D,C, STATSLAWSOFSPECLALVALUETOWOMEN ABTCANSAS Source. United States. Women's Bureau. State laws of special value to women, January 1, Washington [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States.

Women's Bureau. OCLC Number: Description: [51] leaves 27 cm. Although the Rare Book Collection consists primarily of laws, there are a number of treatises.

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One treatise pertaining to women is Laws Respecting Women as they regard their Natural Rights, or Their Connections and Conduct, published in Great Britain in (see bibliography at end of section on Married Women's Property Laws). Rights for American woman saw some progress in the 's as they began to shed their domestic shackles, but the battle for true equality in rights was far from over.

While women were entering the. After the disruption, alienation, and insecurity of the Great Depression and the Second World War, the family became the center of American life. Couples wed early (in the late s, the average age of American women at marriage was 20) and at rates that surpassed those of all previous eras and have not been equaled since.

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Article V Executive Department. Section; Section - Composition; officers enumerated. Section - Supreme executive power vested in governor. The British first edition,has a retail value of $ to $ Auction values tend to be at about 50% of moderate State laws of special value to women, so it is a book with value.

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An organized system of fundamental principles for the government of the state. From national necessity in the s more American women than ever left their homes for the workplace.

Afterwards, society, the institutions of which -- government, business, religion, the arts, medicine, etc. -- men controlled, shooed women back into their homes and discouraged those who wished to do more than tend house or engage in low-level or part time work so as to clear the way for Reviews: 1.

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