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The Victoria Woodhull reader

Author: Victoria C Woodhull; Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress)
Publisher: Weston, Mass. : M&S Press, 1974.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Victoria C Woodhull; Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress)
ISBN: 0877300097 9780877300090
OCLC Number: 1345757
Description: 640 p. in various pagings : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Biographical introduction / by Madeleine B. Stern --
Part I. Sociology --
A. Sexual relations --
1. A speech on the principles of social freedom (Nov. 20, 1871) --
2. Victoria C. Woodhull's complete and detailed version of the Beecher-Tilton affair (1872) --
3. The naked truth, or, The situation reviewed! (1873) --
4. To women who have an interest in humanity, present and future (1874) --
5. Tried as by fire, or, The true and the false, socially (1874) --
B. Eugenics --
6. Stirpiculture, or, The scientific propagation of the human race (1888) --
7. The rapid multiplication of the unfit (1891) --
Part II. Political theory --
A. Women's suffrage --
1. Congressional reports on woman suffrage: the majority and minority reports of the Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives on the Woodhull memorial (1871) --
2. A lecture on constitutional equality (Feb. 16, 1871) --
3. Carpenter and Cartter reviewed: a speech before the National Suffrage Association (Jan. 10, 1872) --
4. Woman suffrage in the United States (1896) --
B. Women in political office --
5. "The Woodhull manifesto" (1870) --
6. A new political party and a new party platform (1871) --
7. The correspondence between the Victoria League and Victoria C. Woodhull (1871) --
8. Correspondence of the Equal Rights Party (1872) --
9. Speech on the ratification meeting of the Equal Rights Party (1872) --
C. Internationalism --
10. A page of American history: constitution of the United States of the World --
Part III. Economics --
A. Capital and labor --
1. A lecture on the great social problem of labor & capital (May 8, 1871) --
2. A speech on the impending revolution (Feb. 1, 1872) --
3. Reformation or revolution, which?, or, Behind the political scenes: a speech (Oct. 17, 1873) --
B. Finance, money & wealth --
4. A speech on the principles of finance (Aug. 3, 1871) --
5. Humanitarian money: the unsolved riddle (1892) --
6. The financial crisis in America (1896) --
7. What of the future? (1896).
Responsibility: edited by Madeleine B. Stern.

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