Revisiting Newsweek’s ‘More More Probably To Be Slain By A Terrorist Than To Get Married’ Cover, 3 decades Later

A marriage rod is the practice of proscribing the employment of betrothed girls. Prevalent in Traditional western countries from the late nineteenth century to the Seventies, the practice often referred to as for the termination in the employment of the girl onto her marriage, especially in educating and clerical careers. Further, widowed girls with children … Read moreRevisiting Newsweek’s ‘More More Probably To Be Slain By A Terrorist Than To Get Married’ Cover, 3 decades Later