WHAT TODAY'S WOMAN SHOULD KNOW ABOUT MARRIAGE by Editors of Today's Woman

WHAT TODAY'S WOMAN SHOULD KNOW ABOUT MARRIAGE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A catchy collection of pieces which presents a miscellany of incidental intelligence for mothers, housewives and/or career girls. What kind of a wife you are; how solid is your marriage; how happy your husband; having a baby (a blow by blow account); miscarriages; housework -- and hating it, or making it easy; what kind of a mother you are, and your rights as a mother; baby sitters; the legalities of the marriage contract and of housekeeping; your husband's job (and keeping out of it); handling money and budgeting; sewing and kitchen careering in the home; sex, the husband's angle, the wife's angle. Names of contributors include Clare Booth Luce, Will Oursler, Helen Worden, George Gallup, Mamie Doud Eisenhower (and a very nice piece, too, If I Were a Bride Today)... Something for everybody-good hostess gift.

Pub Date: July 20th, 1948
Publisher: Farrar, Straus