Women of the American Revolution

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Lucent Books, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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Young and old, rich and poor, white, African American, and Native American, women from all parts of the American colonies were profoundly affected by the Revolutionary War and the decade-long political struggle that preceded it. In turn, American women affected the revolutionary crisis in significant ways through their individual endeavors as well as through organized activities.

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Series introduction author Chuck D redefined rap music and hip-hop culture as leader and cofounder of legendary rap group Public Enemy. His music addressed weighty issues about race, rage, and inequality with a jolting combination of intelligence and eloquence rarely heard before. A musician, writer, radio host, television personality, college lecturer, and activist, Chuck D is also the creator of Rapstation.com, a multiformat online resource for the global hip-hop community.

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