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As time allows, I enjoy reading the works of Patrice Lewis on both wnd.com and her blog. A recent column, a prelapsarian allegory, brought serious thoughts to mind. Do most women work for pay because of greed, as the allegory suggests? Or do most working wives do so because of need or in obedience to their husbands?
I believe the latter to be true, but I could be wrong. I have not personally known a working wife--let alone a working mother--who wouldn't quit in a heartbeat but for the household's financial need and/or her husband's order that she work.
What are your thoughts? Work-for-pay wives: need or greed? You can leave a one-word comment or I'll figure out how to post a poll early next week.
Link to the column: http://www.wnd.com/2016/10/when-the-devil-went-down-to-georgia-an-allegorical-tale/