Encyclopedia of Women Social Reformers, Volume 1

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ABC-CLIO, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 888 pages
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The first comprehensive guide to women activists from every part of the world, illuminating the broad range of women's struggles to reform society from the 18th century to the present.

* Over 400 A–Z biographical entries, including the childhood, education, achievements, and challenges of each woman

* A timeline that spans the history of women reformers from the French Revolution, to the second wave of feminism in the late 1970s, to the disenfranchised status of women in many countries in the contemporary Middle East

* Numerous drawings and photographs of women reformers

* Two special indexes listing reformers by country and by cause

 

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Contents

VI
1
VII
39
VIII
125
IX
173
X
211
XI
219
XII
247
XIII
285
XXI
507
XXII
559
XXIII
563
XXIV
605
XXV
699
XXVI
723
XXVII
727
XXVIII
759

XIV
317
XV
325
XVI
349
XVII
381
XVIII
411
XIX
473
XX
499
XXIX
763
XXX
769
XXXI
775
XXXII
789
XXXIII
813
XXXIV
857
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About the author (2001)

Helen Rappaport is a professional writer, researcher, Russian translator, and historical consultant, specializing in the 19th century. Her published works include ABC-CLIO's Queen Victoria: A Biographical Companion.

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