INTERNATIONAL: Women v. Dictator & Earl

Readers of the August Cosmopolitan learned what the world's two most potent antifeminists still think of women.

The two are, of course: First, Signor Benito Mussolini, 45, who lives most of the year away from his wife, Donna Rachele, yet dotes on their only daughter, Edda; and the Second, the Earl of Birkenhead, Viscount Furneaux, 56, Secretary of State for India, a devoted British husband, and a hero to his two smart daughters—Lady Eleanor Smith and Lady Pamela Margaret Elizabeth Smith.

Opposite as sunny Rome and slate-hued London are the anti-feminist theories...

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