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ace, the girls should b
e taught by men and wom
en, married and unmarri
ed, and fine ideals of
actual womanhood, not a
lone in shops and facto
ries, in school-rooms,
and in professions--but
also in homes, should
be constantly held befo
re them. Our present ed
ucation leaves this tra
ining mainly to the hom
es, and neither the par
asitic rich nor our eig
ht million wage-earning
women, when mothers, c
an or will attend to it
. After the girl reache
s the age of fourteen,
she should have at leas
t two years of further
education in which she
Woman in Modern Society by Barnes, Earl