Person : Beatty, Clyde

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(Performed 1933)
Clyde Beatty tried to convince his wife, Harriet, not to become a cat trainer because he felt that it wasn’t a job for which women were suited. He felt that the cats could sense a woman’s fragility, and thus would not respect her. (Beatty and Wilson, p. 158)

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