The Case for Women's Studies, August 3, 1971, page 3

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Baxter and Wemple -3- 8/3/71

supplied, it is even more urgent to place the whole "woman question"
within a multiplicity of scholarly perspectives. In so doing, our
students will becme aware, not only of the variety of roles women

have played and of the social and economic necessities which may have

prompted the, but also of the characteristic dilemmas they faced andv

the resouces they called upon.

Annette K. Baxter
Professor of History

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Suzanne F. Wemple
‘Assistant Professor of History