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From Ladies Against Feminism page “Excellent Quotes” Taylor Caldwell’s piece “They’re Spoiling Eve’s Great Con Game” in American Opinion magazine September 1970
“The Liberation Ladies will lead to generations of women willing to support a tired husband, and provide for his old age. He can be snug-abed in the morning while she pounds off in her thick boots to her job or carries a briefcase to her office. And when she comes home at night – she can cook his dinner, too, and wash and iron his shirts. She can do the housework, while he watches TV and complains of the pain in his back – which she will eventually rub away at bedtime. Women wanted careers, didn’t they? They can do a man’s work, can’t they? Well, let ’em do it, and be glad they were able to get a husband besides, even if they have to take care of him! Men, in short, are licking their lips and, for the first time in history, are readying themselves to be the exploiters in their turn…. Mom’s out there, plugging and ‘fulfilling’ herself, and why should Pop worry? He’s had it coming to him since Eve….”
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