Woodrow Wilson and Woman Suffrage: A New Look
Christine A. Lunardini and Thomas J. Knock present a major reinterpretation of the role of Woodrow Wilson in the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment guaranteeing women the right to vote. They demonstrate how Wilson, originally opposed to the amendment, was converted through the efforts of women suffragists and became an advocate of critical importance.
Beyond Separate Spheres: Intellectual Roots of Modern Feminism, Rosalind Rosenberg Reviewed by Christine A. Lunardini
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