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    1. Very much so. I wonder is it partly a desire to be treated as not just an apologist for women. If she is this hard on women then maybe her ideas make sense to men too. Or is it frustration with women who go along with the status quo and seem to make it worse for those trying to change things.
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  2. The aspect of her being harsh on other women is interesting and your saying that it is more a historical document. It sounds dated and I am thankful to all of you who read and to introduce it to us. I was always interested in the book but didn’t want to read it. I’m sure if you study gender studies it is still recommended reading, you need to know the sources. I think I would enjoy reading a biography of her.
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