Women in the modern world their education and their dilemmas. by Mirra Komarovsky

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Published by Brown Reprints in Dubuque .

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Originally published, Boston: Little, Brown, 1953.

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SeriesA selection from Brown reprints in sociology
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Open LibraryOL18946289M

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