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The preachers and the suffragists : the role of preachers in the ideological transformation of the woman suffrage movement in the United States

Author: Beverly Ann Zink-Sawyer
Publisher: 1997.
Dissertation: Thesis (Ph. D.)--Vanderbilt University, 1997.
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Named Person: Anna Howard Shaw; Anna Howard Shaw
Material Type: Thesis/dissertation, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Beverly Ann Zink-Sawyer
OCLC Number: 40826419
Reproduction Notes: Photocopy. Ann Arbor : UMI Dissertation Services, 1998. 22 cm.
Description: vi, 266 p.
Contents: Introduction. Historical context ; Thesis and methodology ; Suffragists, social movements, and speech --
Enlightenment and evangelicalism: ideological roots of the women's rights movement. Women find a voice: Enlightenment feminists ; From pen to pulpit: evangelical feminists --
Speaking out for the equality of the sexes: early women's rights preachers --
"Eccentrics and crackpots": the rise of "true womanhood" and the radicalization of the women's rights movement --
A brave new world: postbellum assaults on American tradition. The Civil War ; Postwar hopes for the ballot ; Preserving the Protestant ethos of America --
Taking a second look: the "functional value" of the ballot. The rise of a new feminist rhetoric ; Meeting the challenge of the "antis" ; Women (re)organize for reform ; Taming the "wild West" --
From preachers to suffragists: suffrage speakers and the rhetoric of morality. The suffrage preachers. Henry Ward Beecher ; Olympia Brown ; Julia Ward Howe ; Anna Howard Shaw ; Frances Willard --
Conclusion: riding the tide of persuasion to the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment --
Epilogue: winning the battle but losing the war.
Other Titles: Role of preachers in the ideological transformation of the woman suffrage movement in the United States
Responsibility: Beverly Ann Zink-Sawyer.

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