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Lydia M. Child  - The nearer society approaches to divine order, the less separation will there be in the characters, duties, and pursuits of men and women. Women will not become less gentle and graceful, but men will become more so. Women will not neglect the care and education of their children, but men will find themselves ennobled and refined by sharing those duties with them; and will receive, in return, co-operation and sympathy in the discharge of various other duties, now deemed inappropriate to women. The more women become rational companions, partners in business and in thought, as well as in affection and amusement, the more highly will men appreciate home.

The nearer society approaches to divine order, the less separation will there be in the characters, duties, and pursuits of men and women. Women will not become less gentle and graceful, but men will become more so. Women will not neglect the care and education of their children, but men will find themselves ennobled and refined by sharing those duties with them; and will receive, in return, co-operation and sympathy in the discharge of various other duties, now deemed inappropriate to women. The more women become rational companions, partners in business and in thought, as well as in affection and amusement, the more highly will men appreciate home.

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Margaret G. Stineman  - I felt that the biomedical and psychosocial approaches were insufficient to explain the disabilities of my patients and how those impacted their lives. The physical environment was really an etiological factor. If you have a person with a particular type of disability, you can approach it from the standpoint of reducing the impairment using pharmaceutical management or even a surgical procedure. But there's a point at which medicine and surgery don't work anymore.

I felt that the biomedical and psychosocial approaches were insufficient to explain the disabilities of my patients and how those impacted their lives. The physical environment was really an etiological factor. If you have a person with a particular type of disability, you can approach it from the standpoint of reducing the impairment using pharmaceutical management or even a surgical procedure. But there's a point at which medicine and surgery don't work anymore.

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