Modern American Women A Documentary History

ISBN-10: 0072418206

ISBN-13: 9780072418200

Edition: 2nd 2002 (Revised)

Authors: Susan Ware
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Book details

List price: $113.33
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date: 7/27/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

Modern Women in the Making, 1890-1920
Visions of the New Woman
"Girl Reporter Derring-Do
The Fair Women, Chicago, 1893
Black Women Plan to Lead Their Race
Speaks Out Against Lynching
Frances Willard Equates Learning to Ride a Bicycle with Opening New Frontiers for Women; An Immigrant Daughter Awakens to the Possibilities of the New World
A Woman Homesteader
Expanding Horizons for Educated Women
Jane Addams Struggles with the Problem of "After College, What?"
Alice Hamilton Explores the Dangerous Trades
African- American Women Enter the Teaching Profession
Molly Dewson's Letters Home from Wellesley
Women and Progressive Politics
Women at Work
The Burdens of Rural Women's Lives
Buffalobird Woman's Story
The Harsh Conditions of Domestic Service
Female Perspectives on the Great Migration
The Story of a Glove Maker
Working Women Write the Jewish Daily Forward
Photo Essay
Feminists, Anarchists, and Other Rebel Girls
Mother Jones Supports Striking Coalminers in Colorado
A Feminist Challenge to the Privatized Home
Wages for Housework
Margaret Sanger's Epiphany Over Birth Control
A Radical View of Women's Emancipation
The Final Push for Suffrage
A Western Suffragist Talks to Her Eastern Sisters
Open-Air Meetings: A New Suffrage Tactic
An Anti-Suffrage Monologue
A Labor Organizer Speaks Out for Suffrage
"Front Door Lobbying" for Suffrage
Suffrage Militant Alice Paul Goes to Jail
Suggestions for Further Reading
Individual Choices, Collective Progress, 1920-1963
New Dilemmas for Modern Women
New Voters
Feminist Debate the Equal Rights Amendment
Generational Conflicts
Anxious Mothers Write the Children's Bureau
Women of the Ku Klux Klan
The Harlem Renaissance
Women Face the Depression
The Despair of Unemployed Women
American Women Ask Eleanor Roosevelt for Help The Dust Bowl
The Life Cycle of a White Southern Farm Women
A Mexican-American Childhood During the Depression
Women and Labor Militancy
"I Want You Women Up North to Know"
Photo Essay
Rosie the Riveter and Other Wartime Women
Rosie the Riveter
Women in the Armed Forces
Wartime Migration
Japanese Relocation
Women of Wartime Los Alamos
The Fifties: The Way We Were?
Balancing Work and Family
Indian Relocation
An Unplanned Pregnancy
Women Strike for Peace
Civil Rights Activists
Rachel Carson Answers Her Critics
Suggestions for Further Reading
The Personal Becomes Political, 1963 to the Present
The Revival of Feminism Founding the National Organization for Women, 1966
Feminist Guerilla Theater, 1968
The Politics of Housework
Thoughts on Indian Feminism
Black Feminism
A More Personal View of Black Feminism
Houston, 1977: A Diffe
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