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From the PublisherIsenberg has a finely honed sense of the ironies that emerged within the antebellum polity, which she illustrates.
The substantive chapters of the book contain consistent interest and insight and pockets of brilliant research and analysis.
Law and History Review
[A]dmirably executes its stated mission to recapture the variety and theoretical sophistication of U.S. feminism at its origins.
[S]heds entirely new light on this important chapter in women's political history in the United States.
Journal of Interdisciplinary History
[A] pathbreaking book.
Virginia Quarterly Review