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Women for Defense by Margaret Culkin Banning
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Women for Defense (1942)

by Margaret Culkin Banning

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Women by themselves cannot win this war. But quite certainly it cannot be won without them.
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There are more than thirteen million women and girls who go to work every day in the United States. Many of them are already employed in war industries and many more soon will be. A recent survey showed that of 1,894 different occupations in 21 key defense industries, there are only 331 jobs found to be definitely unsuitable for women.
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A review of what women's tasks were in WW1, and how women in other countries (Great Britain, Canada, Russia, Finland, Germany and the occupied countries) were presently helping the war effort. A review and exhortation of tasks available on the home front, in the home and in clubs.
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