NOW and Marxism
Xyxyxyyx (Xyxy) Xyyxyx
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Fri Aug 9 16:36:22 MDT 2002
>That doesn't sound so bad at first glance. But regardless of what it sounds
>like, it is but one way by which to attempt to entice women, the majority of
>whom are found in poll after poll to prefer to be stay-at-home, married
>moms, to enter the work force. Why would anyone promote an idea that most
>women don't like? The answer to that question may be found in the fact that
>the goal to bring women into the work force is an ancient goal of communism
>and that, as Smith College professor Daniel Horowitz states in his new book
>"Betty Friedan and the Making of the Feminine Mystique" Betty Friedan was
>well into her thirties a devout and active functionary of the Communist
>Party of the U.S.A..
Ummmm Lou?.... Did my email address fall into the hands of some kind of
pseudo-academic missionary group while you were away from your computer?
What the heck is this crap doing on Marxmail?
To the poster: Are you TRYING to get me to unsubcribe from this list?
Because I HAVE been thinking about it.
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