Marriage is rather a popular life-style, never mind the philosopher's caveat that it halves the parties' rights only to double their duties. The author of this stringent equation—formulated a century ago, when many a married man didn't feel the need to know the whereabouts of his kitchen and a woman's success normally hinged on her perspicacious choice of a “provider”—would have found the additional rigors career couples endure simply bewildering.

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