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McCabe, Joseph


Women in Polical Evolution




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Quoted from the author's Chapter 1, pp. 6-7.

I propose to show that this conservative attitude [about the hstory of woment] is inspired by
an entirely false reading of history. True it is that the recent course of woman's development recalls a drama that has been played on the planet's stage time after time. In the first act we
have the "womanly woman," absorbed in the cradle and the distaff, clothed in quiet matronly virtues, content to hear news of the great world without from her stronger mate. In the second
act new and disturbing types come on, women impatient of child-bearing, women that chafe at the barriers and cry for freedom and justice, women that would go out with man into the battle of life. The third act — the act in which men begin to listen — has so constantly
ended in tragedy that many confidently look for the same issue now, if we dally with the demands of the women as those others did. It is a plausible anxiety, yet it arises solely from a superficial and perverse reading of history."

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