Chronicles Magazine March 1992

Marriage—the Real Right to Privacy

The 150-year-old crusade for women's rights in America has, in the different phases of its history, devoted its energies to diverse causes. In the decades before and after the War Between the States, the principal cause was the right of married...

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    Who Is Sylvia? What Is She?

    Unlike the situation of only a few decades ago, the position occupied today by women poets in American literary culture is so prominent, the range of their subjects and styles so wide, that it has become virtually impossible to make any...

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    Fourth of July: A Short Story

    Every Fourth of July I vow not to, but sooner or later I sit down and cry. I used to cry the minute Philo came in the kitchen with the strawberries; he would start to hull them, thinking it was the work I was crying about, having to make seven pies.

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