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"The story of the emancipation of women is the history of their advancement from sex subordination to companionship with men. They are proving that no means of expression of bodily and mental energy employed by man can rightfully be denied to them. It is now even argued that companionship in labor may produce a sisterhood of woman, which, because it is largely free of the racial and economic jealousies felt by men, might do even more than the brotherhood of man to bring peace to the world."

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W.W. I and British Women (Collier's Magazine, 1916)

W.W. I and British Women (Collier's Magazine, 1916)

W.W. I and British Women (Collier's Magazine, 1916)

W.W. I and British Women (Collier's Magazine, 1916)

W.W. I and British Women (Collier's Magazine, 1916)

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