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A Short History Of Women Rights

Auhtor: Eugene Hecker

Language: english

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Review by A. Dent, August 2006


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... unknown to the Roman law wherein brethren and sisters were allowed to succeed to equal portions of the inheritance. As an example, suppose we look ...
... Eight of the ten men's universities of Great Britain now allow examinations and degrees to women also Oxford and Cambridge do not. [Sidenote: ...
... followed by numerous works and articles, such as Margaret Fuller's, The Great Lawsuit, or Man vs. Woman: Woman vs. Man, and Eliza Farnham's Woman ...
... consent. Married women may execute will without concurrence of husband and may bar latter's right of curtesy. Husband may appoint guardian for ...
... WIFE: Husband controls wife's earnings. Dower is in force and curtesy. Woman controls separate estate absolutely in practice for though at common ...
... her separate real estate without husband's consent. No dower or curtesy. If either husband or wife die intestate, the survivor, if there is issue ...
... 3 dentists, 4 journalists, 12 lawyers, 24 doctors, 7 professors, 3 saloon keepers, 3 commercial travellers, etc. Tennessee AGE OF LEGAL ...
... delicate, too finely wrought to compete with man in his chosen fields. The physiological argument makes its appearance most persistently in the statement ...
... (from the essay on Milton): If it were possible that a people, brought up under an intolerant and arbitrary system, could subvert that system without ...
... one false step on the part of the woman has condemned her to social obloquy and, frequently, to a life on the street. This strange system, a blasphemy ...
... . . . . . . . School suffrage Arizona . . . . . . . Do. New Jersey . . . . . Do. Montana . . . . . . . Tax-paying suffrage. ...
... knowledge in the rearing of children, and wider outlets for outside interests, will tend to make domestic life an exact science, a profession ...
... A husband is not permitted to alienate his wife's estate against her will.[67] A wife could use her dowry during marriage to support herself, if ...
... receive eulogies from writers like Martial[183] shows that she and ladies like her occupied somewhat the same position as Olympia Morata and Tarquinia ...
... Panegyricus, 26. For other instances see Capitolinus, Anton. Pius, 8 Lampridius, Alex. Severus, 57 Spartianus, Hadrian, 7, 8, 9 Capitolinus, ...
... II. Patrologia Latina: edidit J.P. Migne. Parisiis. 221 volumes (finished 1864). NOTES: [212] Matthew 5, 27 ff. [213] Matthew 5, 31 ...
... still so powerful that it was for the most part beyond the control of ecclesiasts. Justinian was an ardent admirer of it and could not escape from ...
... refused to allow one party to break an engagement without the consent of the other and if a woman, being already engaged, went over to another man ...
... That in those days the passions of men were difficult to restrain in practice does not invalidate the real service done the world by the ideal ...
... account of this subject. On the subject of divorce the Roman Catholic Church took the decided position which it continues to maintain at ...