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MRS WARREN is engaged in a profession which has existed through all the ages It was at home in Egypt played an important role in Greece and Rome formed one of the influential guilds in the Middle Ages and has been one of the main sources of income for the Christian Church But it was left to the modern civilized society to make Mrs Warrens profession a tremendous social factor ministering to the needs of man in every station of life from the brownstone mansion to the hovel from the highest official to the poorest drag Time was when the Mrs Warrens were looked upon as possessed by the devil -lewd depraved creatures who would not even if they had the choice engage in any other profession because they are vicious at heart and should therefore be held up to condemnation and obloquy And while we continue to drive them from pillar to post while we still punish them as criminals and deny them the simplest humanities one gives even to the dumb beast the light turned on this subject by men like George Bernard Shaw has helped to expose the lie of inherent evil tendencies and natural depravity Instead we learn Mrs Warren Do you think I did what I did be cause I liked it or thought it right or wouldnt rather have gone to college and been a lady if Id had the chance Oh its easy to talk very easy isnt it Here-- Would you like to know what my circumstances were Dyou know what your gran mother was No you dont I do She called herself a widow and had a fried-fish shop down by the Mint and kept herself and four daughters out of it Two of us were sisters that was me and Liz and we were both good looking and well made I suppose our father was a well fedman mother pretended he was
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