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|ISBN:||0822323753 9780822323754 0822323966 (pa. : alk. paper 9780822323969 (pa. : alk. paper|
|Description:||xii, 316 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
Respectable Ponce : deciphering the codes of power, 1855-1898 --
Motherhood, marriage, and morality : male liberals and bourgeois feminists, 1873-1898 --
Decent men and unruly women : prostitution in Ponce, 1890-1900 --
Marriage and divorce in the formation of the new colonial order, 1898-1910 --
Slavery, sexuality, and the early labor movement, 1900-1917 --
Saving democracy : debating prostitution during World War I --
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|Series Title:||American encounters/global interactions.|
|Responsibility:||Eileen J. Suárez Findlay.|
"The dynamics of racism, class prejudice, and sexism work differently and only reveal how they gear in with each other at specific historical moments. Findlay has addressed these issues with