Talk on the social and legal inequalities facing married women by Nancy Reeves, attorney, lecturer and writer on the status of women. Examines the institution of marriage in relation to the opposing philosophies introduced in episode 3. Reeves pontificates on when marriage ceases to be a profession, or a way of making a living, and becomes instead a peer relationship, a creative and symmetrical design for living.
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