Barbara Marx Hubbard Journal #4
Short Title: 
BMH 4
Abstract: 

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Barbara longs for purpose and recognition in this life and in her own right without relying on her husbands writing career. 

Earl's book is rejected. Earl is reluctant to accept  financial help from Barbara but eventually Barbara arranges with her father for a joint bank account with Earl. 

Barbara becomes chairman of the Art Resources Committee of the League of Women Voters.

Earl offers and takes back the freedom to choose where they live and asks Barbara to accept that the gamble has been taken to try to make life work in their home in the country. 

Item Type: 
Journal Article
Publication Date: 
Oct 1, 1952 - Sept 26, 1953
Publication Year: 
1952
Volume: 
4
Number of Pages: 
96

Turabian/Chicago Citation

and . Oct 1, 1952 - Sept 26, 1953. "Barbara Marx Hubbard Journal #4." 4:

Wikipedia Citation

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