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Elizabeth Hayes TurnerThis is social history at its very best.
— Elizabeth Hayes Turner, Associate Professor of History, University of North Texas
Part Two: Post-Suffrage Politics, Depression, and War, 1920\-1945
Rural Life The New Woman in Politics
"Female" Politics and the "Petticoat" Lobby Athletics: Hoop Dreams and Rodeo Queens Education and Work Women of Color: Discrimination and Protest Surviving the Great Depression The New Deal and Women Discrimination in the New Deal World War II: The Home Front Women in Uniform Conclusion: New Women, Labor Women, and Race Women Suggested References Documents
Part Three: Conformity, Civil Rights, and Social Protest, 1945\-1965
Gender Roles and the Domestic Ideal Women at Work Civil Rights, Brown: "They Treated Us Like Dumb Mexicans"
Civil Rights, Black: "You're Not Dirt, No Matter Where They Make You Sit"
Red Scare Politics and the Minute Women Women and the Rise of the Republican Party Legal Rights Suggested References Documents
Part Four: Feminism, Backlash, and Political Culture, 1965\-2000
Title VII and Civil Rights for Women The New Left and Women's Liberation Chicana Feminism Reproductive Freedom The Equal Rights Amendment: For and Against Splintered Sisterhood: The 1977 Houston Women's Conference Aftermath: Women and the New Right Cracking the Glass Ceiling: Women in Electoral Politics Title IX and Gender Equity in Sports Women in the Workforce Family and Personal Life at the End of the Century Conclusion: Facing Forward, Looking Back Suggested References Documents