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Women who reformed politics

by Morin, Isobel V., 1928-

Format: Print Book 1994
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Features Ida Wells-Barnett, Fannie Lou Hamer, Carrie Chapman Catt, Pauli Murray, Abby Kelley Foster, Frances Willard, Molly Dewson, and Gloria Steinem.
Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "Gr. 7-12. Morin profiles eight notable American women who are not officeholders or women "firsts" but, rather, well- and not-so-well-known political activists for specific causes. Abby Kelly Foster "was considered a troublemaker" as she crusaded tirelessly for abolition and then later for the Fifteenth Amendment. As a young woman, temperance leader Frances Willard wrote of her desire to "earn my own living, fight my own battles, and be a felt force in the world." The others include Ida Wells-Barnett, Pauli Murray, and Fannie Lou Hamer from the civil rights arena; Carrie Chapman Catt, a voice for woman suffrage; Molly Dewson, a twentieth-century advocate for women's political voices; and feminist leader Gloria Steinem. The individual vignettes stand well on their own and give a good sense of the times that flavored each woman's crusade. Coverage of contemporary issues is fairly well balanced. An ample selection of black-and-white photographs complements the strong narrative. Report writers will find this an especially good source. Historical events timetable; bibliography. ~--Anne ~O'Malley"
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Additional Information
Series Profiles (Minneapolis, Minn.)
Subjects Women social reformers -- United States -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.
Women -- Biography.
Publisher Minneapolis :Oliver Press,1994
Language English
Description 160 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 149-152) and index.
ISBN 1881508161 :
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