Generational Differences and the Women's Movement
Roberta S. Sigel and John V. Reynolds examine the dispositions of sets of similarly educated mothers and daughters toward the contemporary women's movement. The authors find that generational differences matter less on legal and economic objectives for women and more on social, cultural, and sexual questions.
A Woman's Place is in the House: Campaigning for Congress in the Feminist Era, Barbara C. Burrell Reviewed by Roberta S. Sigel
Dirty Politics: Deception, Distraction, and Democracy, Kathleen Hall Jamieson Reviewed by Roberta S. Sigel
Women's Movements in America: Their Successes, Disappointments, and Aspirations, Rita J. Simon and Gloria Danziger Reviewed by Roberta S. Sigel
Feminism and Politics: A Comparative Perspective, Joyce Gelb Reviewed by Roberta S. Sigel
Why we Lost the ERA, Jane J. Mansbridge Reviewed by Roberta S. Sigelmore by this author
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