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Public Women, Public Words A Documentary History of American Feminism - 1960 to the Present

ISBN-10: 0742522369

ISBN-13: 9780742522367

Edition: 1997

Authors: Dawn Keetley, John Pettegrew

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This final volume in the Public Women, Public Words series focuses on what has come to be called the second wave of American feminism. It traces the resurgence of feminism in the late 1960s; reflects the unprecedented range of women's issues taken up by feminists during the 1970s and beyond; and looks toward a third feminist wave for the new millennium.
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Book details

List price: $39.95
Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/22/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 566
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.002
Language: English

Preface and Acknowledgments
Introduction: Splitting Differences: Conceiving of American Feminism
Varieties of Modern Feminism
What Is Feminism?
"The Solitude of Self" (1892)
"Suffragism Not Feminism" (1909)
"The Tragedy of Woman's Emancipation" (1910)
"The Younger Suffragists" (1913)
"Feminism" (1913)
"What Is Feminism?" (1914)
"Feminist Mass Meeting" (1914)
"A Feminist Symposium" (1914)
"The Liberation of a Sex" (1913)
"The Psychic Side of Feminism" (1915)
"What Is Feminism?" (1916)
Early Feminist Scholarship
"Present-Day Problems in the Education of Women" (1897)
"Present Tendencies in Women's College and University Education" (1908)
"The Mental Traits of Sex" (1903)
"Politics and Warfare" (1910)
"Why Women Are So" (1912)
"Sex" (1915)
"The Woman Movement and the Larger Social Situation" (1915)
"Science and Feminism" (1916)
Public Housekeeping
"The Subjective Value of Social Settlements" (1892)
"A Function of the Social Settlement" (1899)
"Women and Public Housekeeping" (1910)
"An Extension of the Conference Spirit" (1904)
"Social Improvement of the Plantation Woman" (1904)
"Aims and Principles of the Consumers' League" (1899)
"Women: The Larger Housekeeping" (1912)
"Helping the Widowed Mother to Keep a Home" (1913)
"Maternity Benefits and Reformers" (1916)
"Wages for Mothers" (1920)
The Fight for Woman Suffrage
"NAWSA Declaration of Principles" (1904)
"The Protective Value of the Ballot" (1900)
"The South, Suffrage, and the Educational Requirement" (1903)
"Woman Suffrage" (1905)
"A Woman's Argument against Woman Suffrage" (1908)
"What Will Woman Suffrage Convention Do for the Working Woman?" (1908)
"Constitution" (1909)
"Suffragist and Suffragette: A Sure Cure for Anti-Suffragitis" (1909)
"Organizing to Win by the Political District Plan" (1914)
"Proposed Plan of the Congressional Union" (1914)
"The Susan B. Anthony Amendment" (1916)
"National Suffrage and the Race Problem" (1914)
"The Threefold Menace" (1913)
"Votes for Women" (1915)
"The Crisis" (1916)
"My Position on the Different Policies of the National Association and the Congressional Union" (1916)
"The NAWSA Faces World War I" (1917)
"Excuses for White House Picketing" (1917)
"The Militant Campaign" (1919)
"The Strange Ladies" (1921)
"Women Are Free at Last in All the Land" (1920)
"What Next?" (1920)
Feminist Politics Beyond Suffrage
Political Mobilization
"The Victory Convention" (1920)
"Now We Can Begin" (1920)
"Alice Paul's Convention" (1921)
"Alice Paul Pulls the Strings" (1921)
"National Convention of the National Woman's Party" (1921)
"Woman and the New Race" (1920)
"The White Woman's Burden" (1921)
"The Woman's Party and the Violation of the 19th Amendment" (1921)
"The Negro Woman in Politics" (1922)
"Women as Leaders Nationally and Racially" (1925)
"Woman's Vote and Woman's Chains" (1922)
"Is Woman Suffrage Failing?" (1924)
"A Test for the Modern Woman" (1932)
"Is Feminism Dead?" (1935)
"That Much-Maligned Feminism" (1935)
"We Women Throw Our Votes Away" (1948)
Equality versus Difference
"The Conflict between 'Human' and 'Female' Feminism" (1914)
"What Women Won in Wisconsin" (1922)
"The Equal Rights Amendment: Why the Woman's Party Is for It" (1924)
"The Equal Rights Amendment: Why Other Women's Groups Oppose It" (1924)
"Working Women's Case against Equal Rights" (1924)
"Should There Be Labor Laws for Women? No" (1925)
"Should There Be Labor Laws for Women? Yes" (1925)
"Sex and Achievement" (1935)
"The Women's Charter" (1937)
"Beware of 'Women's Charter'" (1937)
"How Can We Raise Women's Status? A Symposium" (1938)
"Pro: Should Congress Approve the Proposed Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution?" (1943)
"Con: Should Congress Approve the Proposed Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution?" (1943)
"An Equal Rights Amendment" (1952)
"Women in the Modern World" (1953)
Work, Labor, and Socialism
"The New York Shop Girl" (1908)
"The Diary of a Shirtwaist Striker" (1910)
"The Triangle Fire" (1911/1967)
"Socialism and the Feminist Movement" (1914)
"Low Wages and White Slavery" (1912)
"My Experience as a Clerk in a Government Department" (1917-1918/1940)
"The Colored Woman in Industry" (1918)
"Two Million Negro Women at Work" (1922)
"Faith That Moved a Dump Heap" (1941)
"Post-War Program Proposal" (1919)
"Women Workers and the A. F. of L." (1921)
"What the Women's Bureau Has Accomplished" (1930)
"Women and Machines" (1921)
"You Don't Need a Vote to Raise Hell" (1925)
"Women on the Breadlines" (1932)
"Negro Women in Organization-Labor" (1941)
"Women under Capitalism" (1934)
"Women and Communism" (1935)
"Woman against Myth" (1947-1948)
"UE Fights for Women Workers" (1952)
"Socialist Feminism: A Strategy for the Women's Movement" (1972)
War and Peace
"Program for Constructive Peace" (1915)
"Women and War" (1915)
"Women and War" (1940)
"Defense and Girls" (1941)
"Women Enlist Now!" (1941)
"We Too Must Fight This War" (1942)
"A Woman's Manifesto" (1947)
"You Can Vote for Peace" (1952)
"One Day Strike for Peace" (1962)
"Anti-Draft and Women's Rights" (1967)
"Women and Draft Resistance: Revolution in the Revolution" (1968)
"Testimony before the 1968 Platform Committee of the Democratic National Convention on Behalf of Women Strike for Peace" (1968)
"A Woman's Declaration of Liberation from Military Domination" (1970)
"The Longest Day of the Longest War!" (1971)
"Women and War" (1970)
"Speech at the Women's Anti-Imperialist Rally" (1970)
"Women and the Volunteer Armed Forces: First Report on a Rocky Romance" (1977)
Index
About the Editors