SOURCE: Made By History at The Washington Post
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Suffragists exploited the ideology of female domesticity to argue that the vote would make women the nation's mothers and housekeepers. COVID-19 has exposed the consequences of this strategy as women are unsupported in meeting obligations for paid and domestic labor.
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We already have a template for it: the original CCC.
SOURCE: Washington Post
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The paucity of policy support for childbirth and care work are the result of a system that still envisions the ideal worker as a man.
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This military historian worries we are. The dedication he found in soldiers seems missing in today’s children.
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