If neither governesses or mothers know, how can they teach? So long as education is not provided for them, how can it be provided by them?
1868 Paper read at the Annual Meeting of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Sciences, published in Thoughts on Some Questions Relating to Women1860-1908.
We have persuaded ourselves that Englishmen of the present dayare such a nervously excitable race, that the onlychancefor theirdescendants isto keep themothers in a state of coma. The fathers, we think are incurable.(Sarah) Emily Davies