Century of Struggle: The Woman's Rights Movement in the United States, Enlarged Edition / Edition 3

Century of Struggle: The Woman's Rights Movement in the United States, Enlarged Edition / Edition 3

by Eleanor Flexner, Ellen Fitzpatrick
     
 

Century of Struggle tells the story of one of the great social movements in American history. The struggle for women's voting rights was one of the longest, most successful, and in some respects most radical challenges ever posed to the American system of electoral politics.See more details below

Overview

Century of Struggle tells the story of one of the great social movements in American history. The struggle for women's voting rights was one of the longest, most successful, and in some respects most radical challenges ever posed to the American system of electoral politics.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780674106536
Publisher:
Harvard University Press
Publication date:
03/01/1996
Edition description:
Enlarged Edition
Pages:
434
Sales rank:
951,496
Product dimensions:
0.88(w) x 6.14(h) x 9.21(d)

Meet the Author

Eleanor Flexner(1908-1995), a writer, was also the author of American Playwrights: 1918-1938 and Mary Wollstonecraft.

Ellen Fitzpatrick is Associate Professor of History, Harvard University, and the author of Endless Crusade: Women Social Scientists and Progressive Reform.

Table of Contents

Foreword by Ellen Fitzpatrick

Preface, 1975

PART ONE

1. The Position 0f American Women up to 1800

2. Early Steps toward Equal Education

3. The Beginnings of Organization among Women

4. The Beginnings of Reform

5. The Seneca Falls Convention, 1848

6. From Seneca Falls to the Civil War

PART TWO

7. The Civil War

8. The Intellectual Progress of Women, 1860-1875

9. Women in the Trade Unions, 1860-1875

10. The Emergence of a Suffrage Movement

11. First Victories in the West

12. Breaking Ground for Suffrage

13. The Growth of Women's Organizations

14. Women in the Knights of Labor and the Early A.F. of L.

15. The Reform Era and Woman's Rights

16. The Unification of the Suffrage Movement

PART THREE

17. Entering the Twentieth Century

18. Into the Mainstream of Organized Labor

19. The Suffrage Movement Comes of Age, 1906-1913

20. New Life in the Federal Amendment, 1914-1916

21. TheTurn oftheTide, 1916-1918

22. Who Opposed Woman Suffrage?

23. A Hard-Won Victory, 1918-1920

24. Conclusion

Afterword

Bibliographical Summary

Notes

Acknowledgments

Index

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