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The legacy of second-wave feminism in American politics / Angie Maxwell, Todd Shields, editors.

Publication:
Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018]
Format/Description:
Book
xiv, 252 pages : illustrations, color charts ; 22 cm
Subjects:
Feminism -- United States.
Second-wave feminism.
Women -- Political activity -- United States.
Contents:
1. Introduction: Toward a New Understanding of Second-Wave Feminism
Angie Maxwell, Todd Shields
2. Generations Later, Retelling the Story / Sara M. Evans
3. Feminism, Anti-Feminism, and The Rise of a New Southern Strategy in the 1970s / Marjorie J. Spruill
4. "No More Silence!": Feminist Activism and Religion in the Second Wave / Laura Foxworth
5. Feminist Economics: Second Wave, Tidal Wave, or Barely a Ripple? / Cecilia Conrad
6. The Gender Gap as a Tool for Women's Political Empowerment: The Formative Years, 1980
1984 / Susan J. Carroll
7. Latina Mobilization: A Strategy for Increasing the Political Participation of Latino Families / Christina E. Bejarano, Valerie Martinez-Ebers
8. Black Women Lawmakers and Second-Wave Feminism: An Intersectional Analysis on Generational Cohorts Within Southern State Legislatures from 1990 to 2014 / Nadia E. Brown, Guillermo Caballero, Fernando Tormos, Allison Wong, Sharonda Woodford
9. Not in Conflict, But in Coalition: Imagining Lesbians at the Center of the Second Wave / Claire Bond Potter
10. Conclusion: Assessing Second-Wave Historiography / Lisa Corrigan.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Maxwell, Angie, 1978- editor.
Shields, Todd, editor.
ISBN:
3319621165
9783319621166
OCLC:
989966254
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