A Letter From The Publisher, Mar. 14, 1977

Hardly anyone these days would dare seriously assert that a woman's place is in the home. But even a more moderate formulation—to the effect that women who prefer being at home should not be discouraged or derided—will evoke debate, scorn or silence in many quarters. So Senior Editor Timothy Foote found when he brought up the subject of Marabel Morgan, whose immensely popular books and Total Woman classes preach just such ideas. When the mere mention of her name at a Long Island dinner party brought a hostile response from the women present,...

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