Excerpt from The American Woman in Modern Marriage
The author had the feminist movement in mind for a long time and had also extensive and unusual opportunity for its study not only from various treatises, reports, and documents, but also from personal contact with women in v... arious capacities: First, as a student in a Russian gymnasium, in the John B. Stetson Uni versity, the College of the City of New York and Columbia Uni versity, and in the Universities of Berlin and Paris; second, as an official of the Department of Child Hygiene, a law clerk to a United States District Attorney and an active participant in the social and political activities of the International Labor Office and the League of Nations at Geneva, Switzerland, for fifteen years; and finally, as an extensive traveler in the United States, Europe, and India. It is from the background of this wide personal ex perience that the study of the American woman in modern mar riage has been approached.
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