Education: Good Brainless Wives

Having quashed the idea of Progress for all time, Dean Inge of St. Paul's, London, has nothing left to deplore but the unwillingness of college girls to marry. This he did at a meeting to support the endowment of four women's colleges at Oxford. He reported himself as astonished to learn that of 12,607 women "who have passed through Oxford" only 657 have married. He concluded that the rest were hardhearted. The principal of Newnham College, Cambridge, denied the charge. Miss Underwood of the Women's Freedom League retaliated that there was little...

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