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American Academy of Political and Social Science.
Women in public life.
Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Science [c1914]
|All Authors / Contributors:||
James Pendleton Lichtenberger; American Academy of Political and Social Science.
|Description:||194 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||pt. I. The feminist movement: the larger aspects of he woman's movement by Jane Addams. Woman's place in the new civilization by E. Barnes. The economic basis of feminism by M. Parmelee. Changed ideals and status of the family and the public activities of women by G.E. Howard. The education of women and sex equality by Gertrude S. Martin. Feminism and conventionality by Elsie C. Parsons. --
pt. II. Public activities of women: The legislative influence of unenfranchised women by Mary R. Beard. Women and social legislation in the United States by Florence Kelly. Women in municipal activities by Neva R. Deardoff. Civing activities of women's clubs by Mary I. Wood. women i the juvenile court by Emily F. Runge. --
pt. III. Woman and the suffrage: Equal suffrage --
a problem of political justice, by Anna H. Shaw. Woman suffrage opposed to woman's right by Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge. The socializing influence of the ballot upon women by Emile J. Hutchinson. The evolution of a new woman by S.N. Patten. Political equality for women and women's wages by S.P. Breckinridge. The militant suffrage movement by Mary Winsor. Woman suffrage and the liquor traffic by Ells S. Stewart. The equal suffrage campaign in Pennsylvania by Jennie B. Roessing. --
communication: are foodstuffs contraband of war? by H.W. Nehf. --
Book department. --
|Series Title:||Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, v. 56.|