The women's rights movement: opposing viewpoints
Greenhaven Press, 1996 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 263 pages
Opposing Viewpoints books are always of great use in the classroom & for student reports. With original articles that present differing viewpoints on such subjects as whether women's suffrage was or was not a radical reform, students are able to examine varied opinions. Discussion notes for each chapter, chronology of women's rights in America, lengthy annotated bibliography, & index. Part of the American History series.
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Early Debates on Womens Rights
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