Ida Mary Inman (1894-1985), familiarly known by her middle name, was an American political activist and writer. Inman is best known for her 1940 book, In Woman's Defense, which was a pioneering effort to legitimize the domestic labor associated with homemaking as worthy and respectable field of human endeavor.

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  • Ida Mary Inman (1894-1985), familiarly known by her middle name, was an American political activist and writer. Inman is best known for her 1940 book, In Woman's Defense, which was a pioneering effort to legitimize the domestic labor associated with homemaking as worthy and respectable field of human endeavor. (en)
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  • Ida Mary Inman (1894-1985), familiarly known by her middle name, was an American political activist and writer. Inman is best known for her 1940 book, In Woman's Defense, which was a pioneering effort to legitimize the domestic labor associated with homemaking as worthy and respectable field of human endeavor. (en)
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