"... as women become free, economic, social factors, so becomes possible the full social combination of individuals in collective industry. With such freedom, such independence, such wider union, becomes possible also a union between man and woman such as the world has long dreamed of in vain."
"To the young man confronting life the world lies wide. Such powers as he had he may use, must use.... What he wants to be, he may strive to be. What he wants to get, he may strive to get. Wealth, power, social distinction, fame,--what he wants he can try for. To the young woman confronting life there is the same world beyond, there are the same human energies and human desires and ambitions within. But all that she may wish to have, all that she may wish to do, must come through a single channel and a single choice. Wealth, power, social distinction, fame,--not only these, but home and happiness, reputation, ease and pleasure, her bread and butter,--all, must come to her through a small gold ring."