The Emancipation of Women and Its Probable Consequences (Google eBook)

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S. Sonnenschein & Company, 1893 - Women - 130 pages
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Emancipation of Women by Adele Crepaz, 1892
The Emancipation of Women and its Probable Consequences ... Translated into English as The Emancipation of Women and its Probable Consequences [London: Swan ...
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