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Women had to know their place, remain modest, be tireless, and both loyal and obedient to their families - emotionally, physically, and financially. He brought about a lot of reform including adoption and English as the official language and adoptions of church reform. Contact me by email at calhoun@gem.gonzaga.edu Episteme Links: Informative meta-site covers all aspects of philosophy, including Ancient Greek philosophy. In a book store, it is often the details on the spine that attract the attention first.

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