Born: July 4, 1902
Birthplace: Reading, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Died: February 29, 1976
Profile: Primarily a women's rights advocate throughout her career.
Number of Quotes: 2
A Congresswoman must look like a girl, act like a lady, think like a man, speak on any given subject with authority and most of all work like a dog.
Passage of a meaningful equal pay bill will end a long and unfortunate pattern of discrimination against women and it will place the Federal Government in the same desirable position as the 20 states which have enacted equal pay laws. It will help all areas of the economy, men as well as women, by stabilizing wage rates, increasing job security, and discouraging the replacement of men with women at lower rates of pay.