Women’s Work II

It is a feminist truism that women have always worked.  By work is not meant so much the routine tasks of the household—the storage and preparation of food, the making and cleaning of clothing, and the household chores of sweeping, cleaning, and tending children—but the degraded and degrading . . .

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