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THE SUBJECTION OF WOMEN - Mill, John Stuart - 1869. 
Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer, London 1869 - 1st edition. A Very Good copy. 8vo., 188 pp. Bound in mustard colored cloth, with floral lines in blind on the rear and front boards. The cloth boards are rubbed, with some discolored spots. The spine is browned, with call numbers at the base. Pembrokeshire county library book plate on the front paste down. No other library markings, besides the call number on spine and the book plate. 1892 scientific notes on brain differences and education between the sexes on the last two pages (They start after "The End" on page 188). Text clean and bright. A Good copy of this important work. ***Mill's book The Subjection of Women, is one of the earliest written on this subject by a male author. In The Subjection of Women, Mill attempts to make a case for perfect equality. He studies the role of women in marriage and how it needed to be changed. There, Mill comments on three major facets of women's lives that he felt are hindering them: society and gender construction, education, and marriage. He argued that the oppression of women was one of the few remaining relics from ancient times, a set of prejudices that severely impeded the progress of humanity. -wiki *** [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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