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" There should be severe child-labor and factoryinspection laws. It is very desirable that married women should not work in factories. The prime duty of the man is to work, to be the breadwinner; the prime duty of the woman is to be the mother, the housewife. "
Proceedings of the Conference on the Care of Dependent Children Held at ... - Page 216
1909 - 231 pages
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The Living Age, Volume 245

1905
...civilized communities all the world over and of every rank. "The prime duty of the man," he tells us, "Is to work, to be the bread-winner; the prime duty...housewife. All questions of tariff and finance sink into insignificance when compared with the tremendous, the vital importance of trying so to shape conditions...
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The American Federationist, Volume 12

Labor unions - 1905
...and factory inspection laws. It is very desirable that married women should not work in factories. The prime duty of the man is to work, to be the breadwinner; the prin.e duty of the woman is to be the mother, the housewife. All questions of tariff and finance sink...
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Social Progress: A Year Book and Encyclopedia of Economic, Industrial ...

Josiah Strong, William Howe Tolman, William Dwight Porter Bliss - Social history - 1905
...and factory inspection laws. It is very desirable that married women should not work in factories. The prime duty of the man is to work, to be the breadwinner;...that these two duties of the man and of the woman can be fulfilled under reasonably favorable circumstances. — Theodore Roosevelt, Message, 1904. OCCUPATIONS...
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The Juvenile Court Laws of the State of Colorado, as in Force and as ...

Colorado - Juvenile courts - 1905 - 80 pages
...and factory-inspection laws. It is very desirable that married women should not work in factories. The prime duty of the man is to work, to be the breadwinner..."All questions of. tariff and finance sink into utter insignficance when compared with the tremendous, the vital importance of trying to shape conditions...
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The Living Age, Volume 245

1905
...civilized communities all the world over and of every rank. "The prime duty of the man," he tells us, "is to work, to be "the bread-winner; the prime duty...housewife. All questions of tariff and finance sink into Insignificance when compared with the tremendous, the vital Importance of trying so to shape •conditions...
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The Commons: For Industrial Justice, Efficient Philanthropy ..., Volume 10

John Palmer Gavit - Social sciences - 1905
...too readily passed as supreme in statecraft. "All question of tariff and1 finance," he dares to say, "sink into utter insignificance when compared with...conditions so that these two duties of the man and woman may be fulfilled under reasonably favorable circumstances." Such a presidential pronunciamento...
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The Juvenile Court Laws of the State of Colorado, as in Force and as ...

Colorado - Juvenile courts - 1905 - 80 pages
...to be the mother, the housewife. "All questions of tariff and finance sink into utter insignficance when compared with the tremendous, the vital importance...that these two duties of the man and of the woman can be fulfilled under reasonably favorable circumstances. "If a race does not have plenty of children,...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Speeches of Theodore Roosevelt ..., Volume 2

Theodore Roosevelt - 1906
...and factory-inspection laws. It is very desirable that married women should not work in factories. The prime duty of the man is to work, to be the breadwinner;...that these two duties of the man and of the woman can be fulfilled under reasonably favorable circumstances. If a race does not have plenty of children,...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, 1789-1907, Volume 10

United States. President, James Daniel Richardson - United States - 1908
...and factory-inspection laws. It is very desirable that married women should not work in factories. The prime duty of the man is to work, to be the breadwinner;...that these two duties of the man and of the woman can be fulfilled under reasonably favorable circumstances. If a race does not have plenty of children,...
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The Human Woman

Lady Agnes Geraldine Grove - Women - 1908 - 227 pages
...Woman's Movement. Lucas Malet quotes President Roosevelt's message wherein he says : " The prime duty of man is to work, to be the bread-winner ; the prime...of the woman is to be the mother, the housewife." These utterances, she says, will appeal to those of us who are neither feminities nor 101 wholly frivolous,...
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