Feminism Essay | True American Feminist

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True American Feminist

Summary: Provides a comparitive look at women's magazines of the 40s and 50s. Describes how each era created a mold for what is collectively known as an "ideal" woman.
"The millions that I would fear are those who do not dream of prizes that the nation holds forth, for it is in them, though they may not know it, that a revolution has taken place and is biding its time to translate itself into a new and strange way of life."

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Women today are being pulled in opposite directions. They are being required by the faces around them to be both intelligent and subservient on command. Who is issuing such insensitive commands? A world that neither represents the best interests of women, nor respects their human rights. As Popular Culture would have it, the woman who feels degraded enough by her environment to act on her gut feelings (feeling that the masses no longer represent her best interest) is someone who is jeopardizing her future and could possibly jeopardize your future if you happen to...

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