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Petticoat politics; how American women won the right to vote.

Author: Doris Faber
Publisher: New York, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard [1967]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This account of the feminist reform movement and the women who shaped it tells "the story of the American woman's gradual awakening to her lowly position, and her long struggle to gain, first, the simple right to speak her opinions and, finally, the right of full citizenship, the vote."
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Literature
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Doris Faber
OCLC Number: 1418372
Description: 192 pages illustrations, portraits 22 cm
Contents: Half a pair of scissors? --
Behind the bar --
"Why, Lizzie, thee will make us ridiculous!" --
Enter Susan --
Of bloomers and ballots --
"It's the Negro's hour!" --
Comes The revolution --
Jail? --
The wild women of England --
To the rescue --
SUFF on the march --
Two generals --
The power of an idea --
When its time has come to move --
A parting debate.

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This account of the feminist reform movement and the women who shaped it tells "the story of the American woman's gradual awakening to her lowly position, and her long struggle to gain, first, the simple right to speak her opinions and, finally, the right of full citizenship, the vote."

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