A Lesser Life: The Myth of Women's Liberation in America

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Warner Books, 1986 - Feminism - 475 pages
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A noted economist and mother of four combines experience and scholarship in this unprecedented and enlightening work that shows how American women have been stripped of their traditional social supports of the past and thrust into the harsh economic realities of the present.

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Hewlett, who has a doctorate in economics, has written an unsupported attack on the women's movement. Her initial observation is validwomen in America lack adequate assistance from government and ... Read full review

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