But though women do not complain of the power of husbands, each complains of her own husband, or of the husbands of her friends. It is the same in all other cases of servitude, at least in the commencement of the emancipatory movement.

It is true they are provided with food and raiment, for which they neither toil nor spin; but health, liberty, and virtue are given in exchange.

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