In these circumstances, it is no surprise to find that the feminization of poverty that United States journalists so suddenly ... acquired everything she owned through aquot; my personal industry and work, . . . for [my husband] left me nothing, aquot; there were many other widows, likewise left penniless, who were hounded by creditors and forced to sell their belongings, search garbage heaps for food, or beg for a living.
|Title||:||Readings in Latin American History|
|Author||:||Peter John Bakewell, John J. Johnson, Meredith D. Dodge|
|Publisher||:||Durham : Duke University Press - 1985|