Miss Henrietta Szold
Jewish Delegate from Baltimore, Maryland, USA
What Judaism Has Done For Women
"The nineteenth century Jewess is wholly free to do as and what she wishes, nor need she abate a jot of her Judaism. Judaism does not, indeed, bid her become a lawyer, a physician, a bookkeeper, or a telegraph operator, nor does it forbid her becoming anything for which her talents and her opportunities fit her."
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