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Your optimism is misplaced on Mothers' day. You are assuming that a higher percentage of working age women in the workplace is a good thing. In reality, women have long been able to find work outside the home. When you combine this data with the fact that the number of children born without a father in the home keeps growing, the picture is bleaker and bleaker. What woman would rather work for someone else rather than take care of her own children? Your data merely supports the notion that mothers are now forced to both work outside the home, and inside the home, because of poor economic choices by the government and society. This is a net loss for women, not a gain. Optimism? Pshaw. F.J. Collins

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