Women At Work: Revolt Against the Kitchen

Women have long been rejecting home economics in order to assist with home economy—by going to work earning money. Partly because of continued inflation, women in ever-increasing numbers are leaving their dishes in the sink and their babies in the nursery to move into offices and factories. As a result, less than half the nation's women are now keeping house full time.

This is the conclusion of David I. Ver-way, a Michigan State University economist, who compiled the totals from Government reports. Verway reported last week that the percentage of women who stay...

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