Born for Liberty

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Simon and Schuster, 1997. gada 22. aug. - 408 lappuses
The first American women; The women who came to North America, 1607-1770; "But what have I to do with politicks?": the Revolutionary Era; The age of association: 1820-1845; A time of division: 1845-1865; "Maternal commonwealth" in the Gilded Age: 1865-1890; Women and modernity: 1890-1920; Flappers, Freudians, and all that jazz; Surviving the Great Depression; Women at war: the 1940s; The Cold War and the "feminine mystique"; Decade of discovery: "the personal is political"; The politicization of personal life: women versus women; Toward a new century.
 

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In opening the section on Women and Modernity, 1890-1920, Evans sets the scene for the response to industrialization by relating the speech given by the black reformer Frances Harper at the 1893 World ... Lasīt pilnu pārskatu

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The First American Women
7
The Women Who Came to North America
21
18201845
67
18451865
93
18901920
145
Flappers Freudians and All That Jazz
175
Surviving the Great Depression
197
The 1940s
219
The Cold War and the Feminine Mystique
243
The Personal Is Political
263
Toward a New Century
309
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Sara M. Evans is McKnight Distinguished University Professor of History at the University of Minnesota.

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