You can look all around and you'll see first class, strong women.
She was a working class woman on her own, looking for that big break.
This is not the experience of most black and working class women.
A woman of his own class, who understood the game.
She also wanted greater participation in politics by middle class women.
She had a conventional education for a young woman of her class and time.
The play focuses on the lives of working class women.
I think working class women should decide that for themselves, seeing how most of them are old enough to vote.
The customers were the same kind as the men, middle class women of all ages.
And out of this half a workforce how many are working class women?