The first comprehensive bibliography of 20th century writings on American women in politics. The nearly 6,000 entries in this book cover not only what contemporary women in politics are doing, but also what the pioneering first women did to enter politics at the dawn of this century. From the first three women elected to state legislatures in 1894 to the present, Women in Modern American Politics provides access to an uncommonly broad range of writings.
The listings are organized by topic, as well as by level of government and individual states so that researchers can easily locate the information they need. Subject and author indexes facilitate research.