Byline: J. McGregor; 1888-08-21; Chicago Times; pages 1-2
"I can't speak as freely about female as I can male labor," said one manufaturer."Why not?" "Well, women are different from men. That remark is not original, but it is a basic truth and one which all employers must recognize. Without mincing matters, and confidentiality, I will say to you that women who do men's work are not worth as much as men to the employers of labor.
Description:Commentary on the Times's series on female labor conditions in Chicago.
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