Emergence of the modern Mexican woman: her participation in revolution and struggle for equality, 1910-1940
The Emergence of the Modern Mexican Woman is the first book in English on women's participation in the Mexican Revolution (1910-1940) and the Mexican women's rights movement during this thirty-year period. The work is based on extensive research at libraries in Mexico and the United States and on the author's personal interviews with some of the few women alive today who participated in the revolution and with family members and friends of those who are deceased.
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The Womens Movement in Yucatan 19151924
The Third Phase 19341940
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