Hope Chest

PDF EBook by Cherie Tucker

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In 1959, when Kathleen Andrews pledged a sorority at the University of Washington, girls were expected to get married. Hope Chest PDF EBook They got bride dolls and hope chests and the message that they would grow up to be wives and mothers. Their job choices were limited for the most part to teaching, nursing, and office work- PDFthings they could "fall back on." They were teased that they went to college to get their MRS degree. Kathleen followed all the rules her sorority and society taught her and expected to meet her future husband. But the rules did not prepare her for the transition from the predictable roles of the Eisenhower years to the revolutionary ideas of the Women's Movement that would change everything she was taught to expect-and accept. Like this book? Read online this: More Than He Expected, Dragonbone Chest.

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