Inarticulate Longings: The Ladies' Home Journal, Gender, and the Promises of Consumer Culture
Inarticulate Longings explores the contradictions of a social agenda for women that promoted both traditional roles and the promises of a growing consumer culture by examining the advertising industry in the early 20th century.
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one A Profile of the Ladies Home Journal
three Womens Paid Work
four Stoves for Women Votes for Men
five The Amateur Rebel
six Advertising Women
seven Every Woman Is Interested in This
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