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What Must We All Do in Wartime To Steady Our Teen-Age Girls?
MEET BERTHA MEET SUSAN MEET LUCIA Three Kinds of Wankliness What to Do About It? Our Teen-Age Girls
The Christian Science Monitor (1908-Current file) - Boston, Mass.
Author: By Dr. Hilda Kozman and Dr. Rosalind Cassidy Written for The Christian Science Monitor
Date: Jan 22, 1944
Start Page: 9
Pages: 1
Section: Education
Abstract (Document Summary)

What can be done about the wartime wankliness of our teenage girls? No, this isn't jive talk. "Wankle" is an old English adjective, now dialectal, meaning unsteady, unstable, weak, irresolute.

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