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The feminist papers: from Adams to de Beauvoir. Edited and with introductory essays by Alice S. Rossi.


New York, Columbia University Press, 1973.
ISBN 9780231037952, 0231037953

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Subjects Feminism -- History -- Sources.
Feminism.
Feminisme.
Femmes -- Droits.
Femmes -- Histoire.
Frauenbewegung.
Mulher E Feminismo.
Quelle.
Vrouwen.
Women -- History -- Modern period, 1600- -- Sources.
Women -- Modern period.
Women's Liberation Movement.
Women's rights -- History -- Sources.
Women's rights.
Description xix, 716 pages 21 cm
Copyright Date 1973.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 707-716).
Summary A selection of documents in feminist history over the past two centuries.
Contents Reason shall set us free: feminism and the enlightenment perspective -- Introduction: analysis versus action -- "Remember the ladies": Abigail Adams vs. John Adams: selected letters from the Adams family correspondence -- Away from puddings and garments: Judith Sargent Murray -- On the equality of the sexes / Judith Sargent Murray -- Champion of womankind: Mary Wollstonecraft -- A vindication of the rights of woman / Mary Wollstonecraft -- Woman of action: Frances Wright -- Education / Frances Wright -- Of free enquiry / Frances Wright -- The first woman sociologist: Harriet Martineau -- Society in America / Harriet Martineau -- The making of a cosmopolitan humanist: Margaret Fuller -- The great lawsuit. Man versus men. Woman versus women / Margaret Fuller -- Prestige from the other sex: John Stuart Mill -- The subjection of women / John Stuart Mill -- Pioneers on a moral crusade: feminism and status politics -- Introduction: social roots of the woman's movement in America -- From abolition to sex equality: Sarah Grimké (1792-1873) and Angelina Grimké (1805-1979) -- Appeal to the Christian women of the South / Angelina Grimké -- Letters on the equality of the sexes and the condition of women / Sarah Grimké -- Letters to Catherine Beecher / Angelina Grimké -- The Blackwell clan: Elizabeth and Emily Blackwell: medicine as a profession for women -- Sex and evolution / Antoinette Brown Blackwell -- A feminist friendship: Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815-1902) and Susan B. Anthony (1820-1906) -- Motherhood / Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- Introduction to The woman's bible / Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- Along the suffrage trail -- Selections from the History of woman's suffrage -- Seneca Falls convention -- Reminiscences of Emily Collins -- The Akron Convention -- The Newport Convention -- The Kansas Campaign of 1867 -- Political equality for women -- Bread comes first -- Introduction: feminism and class politics -- Marriage and property: Friedrich Engels -- The origin of the family / Friedrich Engels -- Working-class socialist: August Bebel -- Woman and socialism / August Bebel -- Red Emma on women: Emma Goldman -- The tragedy of woman's emancipation / Emma Goldman -- The right to one's body: Margaret Sanger -- My fight for birth control / Margaret Sanger -- Birth control -- a parent's problem or woman's? / Margaret Sanger -- Beware the state: Suzanne LaFollette -- Concerning women / Suzanne LaFollette -- The "militant madonna": Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- Women and economics / Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- Pioneer on the urban frontier: Jane Addams -- Utilitization of women in city government / Jane Addams -- Sex is a many-sided thing -- Introduction: feminism and intellectual complexity -- Guineas and locks: Virginia Woolf -- A room of one's own / Virginia Woolf -- Cultural Stretch: Margaret Mead -- Sex and temperament / Margaret Mead -- A not-so rebellious "other": Simone de Beauvoir -- The Second Sex / Simone de Beauvoir.
Genre History.
Sources.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)640900
(OCoLC)ocm00640900
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Rossi, Alice S., 1922-2009,
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