Dr. Margaret Good Myers, Vassar economics professor from 1934 to 1964, died.  An active participant in Planned Parenthood of Dutchess and Ulster and the Poughkeepsie League of Women Voters, Myers advocated feminist economic policies, such as husbands and wives both working part-time.

“They say colleges don’t prepare women for homemaking,” Myers said in 1950.  “No girl should be taught to live the way we force them to live….  Why, the swing from feminism has reached the point where some women are afraid to say they are bored with their children. Children can’t be the whole life.”      The Houston Chronicle