The Government's Role In Building the Women's Movement
Georgia Duerst-Lahti discusses an underexplored aspect of the women's movement in the United States. She argues that governmental bodies played an instrumental role in the resurgence of the women's movement by providing resources critical for mass mobilization.
The Impact of Women in Congress, Debra L. Dodson Reviewed by Georgia Duerst-Lahti
Networks of Champions: Leadership, Access, and Advocacy in the U.S. House of Representatives, Christine DeGregorio Reviewed by Georgia Duerst-Lahti
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