The Story of the Woman Movement in Ireland

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Arlen House, Galway, Ireland, 1975, 1st.  Trade soft cover, 110 pages including Bibliography, Acknowledgements, and Appendix.  Good plus; wraps show some edge and cover wear, reading creases along front spine edge, tiny corner bends, moisture marks on front; cup ring impression on rear wrap; binding sound.  Interior clean and unmarked; one small spot on rear end paper.  First book published by Arlen House, which was founded by Catherine Rose.  ‘That there is a real problem of identity for women today is recognized by psychiatrists, social workers, members of the medical profession and by ministers of religion.  The Irishwoman today may be better employed, have more money, a more comfortable home, better educational opportunities, more holidays and fewer children to care for but she is not more content than her mother or grandmother.  On the contrary she if often tense, anxious and depressed. … It is my impression that many of the problems that women encounter in Ireland are rooted in attitudes and behaviour that result not alone from existing discrimination and unfair conditioning of the female sex but also from our past history of female suppression.’ (from Introduction)

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