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From the Publisher"Brilliantly and evocatively, Kerber, De Hart, Dayton, and Wu present a probing and comprehensive picture of women's experience in America. An indispensable book."—William H. Chafe, Duke University
"Women's America allows students to grapple with complex questions of political activism, sexuality, work, and family across time and place. Featuring carefully selected articles and primary sources—now organized both thematically and chronologically—the eighth edition provides both breadth and depth within a more streamlined framework."—Danielle J. Swiontek, Santa Barbara City College
"The documentary photographic essays encourage readers to engage both visual culture and contemporary commentary, bringing women's history to life in relevant ways.
Spanning the range of women's experiences across race and class, this impassioned collection is a must-have for teaching and learning women's history."—Elizabeth Stordeur Pryor, Smith College