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9781319507527

Through Women's Eyes, Volume 2 An American History with Documents

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    9781319507527

  • ISBN10:

    1319507522

  • Edition: 6th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2024-01-16
  • Publisher: Bedford/St. Martin's

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Summary

Through Women’s Eyes tells the vital story of women’s progress and setbacks on the road to autonomy and equality, within the framework of U.S. history.

Table of Contents

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Chapter 6. Reconstructing Women’s Lives North and South, 1865–1900
Gender and the Postwar Constitutional Amendments
Women’s Lives in Southern Reconstruction and Redemption
Reading into the Past Mary Tape, “What Right Have You?”
Female Wage Labor and the Triumph of Industrial Capitalism
Reading into the Past Leonora Barry, “Women in the Knights of Labor”
Women of the Leisured Classes
Conclusion: Toward a New Womanhood
PRIMARY SOURCES Ida B. Wells, “Race Woman”
PRIMARY SOURCES The Woman Who Toils
PRIMARY SOURCES The Higher Education of Women in the Postbellum Years
PRIMARY SOURCES The New Woman
 
Chapter 7. Women in an Expanding Nation: Consolidation of the West, Mass Immigration, and the Crisis of the 1890s
Consolidating the West
Late Nineteenth-Century Immigration
Reading into the Past Emma Goldman, “Living My Life”
Century’s End: Challenges, Conflict, and Imperial Ventures
Reading into the Past Clemencia Lopez, Women of the Philippines
Conclusion: Nationhood and Womanhood on the Eve of a New Century
PRIMARY SOURCES Representing Native American Women in the Late Nineteenth Century
PRIMARY SOURCES Jane Addams, “Twenty Years at Hull House”
PRIMARY SOURCES Jacob Riis’s Photographs of Immigrant Girls and Women
 
Chapter 8. Power and Politics: Women in the Progressive Era, 1900–1920
The Female Labor Force
The Female Dominion
*Reading into the Past Argument for the State of Oregon in Muller v. Oregon (The “Brandeis Brief”)
Votes for Women
The Emergence of Feminism
Reading into the Past Margaret Sanger, “Woman and Birth Control”
The Great War, 1914–1918
Reading into the Past Black Women Write about the Great Migration
Conclusion: New Conditions, New Challenges
*PRIMARY SOURCES Voices from the Suffrage Movement
PRIMARY SOURCES Parades, Picketing, and Power: Women in Public Space
PRIMARY SOURCES Uncle Sam Wants You: Women and World War I Posters
PRIMARY SOURCES Modernizing Womanhood
 
Chapter 9. Change and Continuity: Women in Prosperity, Depression, and War, 1920–1945
Prosperity Decade: The 1920s
Depression Decade: The 1930s
*Reading into the Past Meridel LeSueur, “Women on the Breadlines” (1932)
*Reading into the Past Luisa Moreno, “Caravan of Sorrows” (1940)
Working for Victory: Women and War, 1941–1945
Reading into the Past Mary McLeod Bethune, “Letter to President Franklin D. Roosevelt” (1940)
Conclusion: The Modern Woman in Ideal and Reality
*PRIMARY SOURCES Women Use Their Votes in the 1920s
PRIMARY SOURCES Beauty Culture Between the Wars
PRIMARY SOURCES Dorothea Lange’s Photographs of the Great Depression and World War II
PRIMARY SOURCES Voices of “Rosie the Riveter”
 
Chapter 10. Beyond the Feminine Mystique: Women’s Lives, 1945–1965
Family Culture and Gender Roles
*Reading into the Past Betty Friedan, “The Sexual Sell”
Women’s Activism in Conservative Times
A Mass Movement for Civil Rights
Reading into the Past Casey Hayden and Mary King, Women in the Movement
*Reading into the Past The “Moynihan Report”
Women and Public Policy
*Reading into the Past Pauli Murray and Mary Eastwood, “Jane Crow and the Law”
Conclusion: The Limits of the Feminine Mystique
PRIMARY SOURCES Television’s Prescriptions for Women
*PRIMARY SOURCES Girls and Young Women in the Civil Rights Movement
 
Chapter 11. Modern Feminism and American Society, 1965–1980
Roots of Sixties Feminism
Reading into the Past National Organization for Women, “Women’s Bill of Rights”
Women’s Liberation and the Sixties Revolutions
Ideas and Practices of Women’s Liberation
Diversity, Race, and Feminism
The Impact of Feminism
Reading into the Past Forced Sterilization
Changing Public Policy and Public Consciousness
Conclusion: Feminism’s Legacy
PRIMARY SOURCES Feminism and the Drive for Equality in the Workplace
PRIMARY SOURCES Women’s Liberation
*PRIMARY SOURCES Jane, the Underground Abortion Collective
 
Chapter 12. U.S. Women in Decisive Times, 1980–Present
Political and Cultural Backlash
Feminism after the Second Wave
Reading into the Past  LaDonna Brave Bull Allard, The Meaning of the Standing Rock Protests
Women and Politics
Reading into the Past  Ilhan Omar, First Muslim Somali American Lawmaker
The Abortion Wars
Women’s Lives in Modern America
*Reading into the Past Maria Gabriela Pacheco, “The Trail of Dreams”
Conclusion: Women in the Twenty-First Century
*PRIMARY SOURCES LGBTQ+ Lives in the Third Wave
 
APPENDIX: DOCUMENTS
APPENDIX: TABLES AND CHARTS


 

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