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A world without war : how U.S. feminists and pacifists resisted World War I

Author: Frances H Early; Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress)
Publisher: Syracuse, N.Y. : Syracuse University Press, 1997.
Series: Syracuse studies on peace and conflict resolution.
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Frances H. Early traces the connection between feminist antiwar activism and the emergence of the modern civil liberties movement in World War I America. Through the lives and deeds of Frances Witherspoon and Tracy Mygatt, Early provides a detailed account of the activities of the New York Bureau of Legal Advice, a mixed-gender organization associated with the feminist-oriented, left-wing pacifist movement of the
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Genre/Form: History
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Early, Frances H.
World without war.
Syracuse, N.Y. : Syracuse University Press, 1997
(OCoLC)605323500
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frances H Early; Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress)
ISBN: 0815627459 9780815627456 0815627645 9780815627647
OCLC Number: 36800616
Description: xxi, 265 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: ch. 1. Fannie May Witherspoon and the founding of the Bureau of Legal Advice --
ch. 2. Free speech and personal behavior in wartime --
ch. 3. Conscription's home front victims and enemy aliens --
ch. 4. Feminist pacifists and conscientious objectors --
ch. 5. Push for amnesty --
ch. 6. Ellis Island deportees --
ch. 7. Creating a peace culture.
Series Title: Syracuse studies on peace and conflict resolution.
Responsibility: Frances H. Early.

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