The Changing Role of Women
This series examines the causes and effects of the most important events in the last century. Each title provides in-depth background information using primary source material and detailed descriptions of an event, while also considering the issues at stake, the people involved, the aftermath, and the consequences.
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Women in 1900
Education of Girls and Women
Womens Work in the PostWar Era
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