WOMEN: N. F. B. P. W. C.


There are more than 8,500,000 women workers in the U. S. today. In the natural order of events, the commercial careers of most of them are bounded on the one side by a graduation exercise and on the other by a wedding ring, or possibly a baby carriage. But those women workers whose activities are concerned with higher things than chocolate-dipping, bargain counters and the touch system, refer to their careers rather than to their jobs and are deeply concerned over any " discrimination" shown...

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