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Just as the image of the ideal woman, who happily occupied the domestic sphere in her primary role as wife and mother, grew, so did the number of women who did not fit the ideal. Two groups of women - both non-white and single - seemed to occupy a world outside the boundary of the domestic sphere and, in many cases, outside the boundary of the dominant society. 

 

  
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