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The Men We Carry In Our Minds
Ever since the beginning of time, men have been the ones who were faced with heavy responsibilities of going to war, working on the railroad...etc. Women have also suffered a great amount of difficulty and hardship, but not to the extent that men (such as toilers) have. In "The Men We Carry in Our Mind" Sanders explains why men's lives are often harder or why their lives have been considered harder than the lives of women.
Women have easier lives than toilers because they have more freedom of choice available to them. For example, A housewife has the freedom of being able to schedule her o…
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