Godless at the Workbench

This centerfold from Godless at the Workbench (1925) comments on how women's role of servitude in the family makes them more vulnerable to religious propaganda than workers who have access to enlightened colleagues, socialist education in the factory, etc. Women were considered especially vulnerable to religious oppression. Many anti-religious campaigns targeted women specifically. These were often backed up by simultaneous female literacy campaigns or progaganda encouraging them to enter the work force.

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