A Fair Chance

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“A Fair Chance for the Girls” In this article the author Edward Clarke writes about the harmful effects of education on the sexual development and reproductive capacities of women. While reading this article I was forced to be open minded and accept every aspect of this reading in order to fully understand it. As we further discussed this article I can clearly see where these arguments would stem and by factoring in the day and …

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…and offer an apology to the many women that he offended especially the women that are successful and have children. I have two children and I do consider my self to be very successful and after reading this article it only makes me want to go and show the few people that still think that this is true that just because you don’t have to chose between risking not having children or living comfortably.