Women in Industry (Classic Reprint)

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Juli 2015



Excerpt from Women in Industry

The clarion of war has called women by the hundreds of thousands into the shops and factories of the world. The mothers of the race, whom our civilization has long sheltered and protected in the home, are putting on the cap and overalls and taking their stand with men at the forges and lathes of industry. They do it to relieve the men who must fight lest this civilization be destroyed. Women, as well as men, have stood the fiery test of these trying times. They have proved they are not weaklings.

More and more, as long as the war lasts and whether we like to see it or not, women will go into industry. It is a fine thing they are doing. Moreover it is a necessary thing. There are not enough men to do the work that must be done and at the same time send an army of winning size over the seas. There will be fewer men here as the war goes on. Clearly, we shall have to swallow whatever pride or prejudice or opinion we may have regarding woman's work and give women a chance to help. The business men of the United States would do well to realize this now and take immediately the necessary steps toward adjusting their factories to the situation.

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EAN: 9781330701201
ISBN: 1330701208
Untertitel: Paperback. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Forgotten Books
Erscheinungsdatum: Juli 2015
Seitenanzahl: 52 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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