Introduction

  • Frances Merchant Carp

Abstract

This book was generated by two phenomena: (1) young women’s dilemmas about careers, marriage, and children; and (2) growing awareness of inequity in research attention to women as contrasted to men, especially in regard to careers.

Keywords

Depression Aspirin Expense Arena Heroine 

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