Maybanke Anderson: Sex, Suffrage & Social Reform
Biography of a pioneer Australian feminist who worked effectively for women's rights, childcare, sex education, and female suffrage, but who is virtually unknown today. Born in England in 1845, she experienced great deprivation and loss in her own life but worked tirelessly for others throughout her long and eventful life. Includes endnotes, a bibliography and an index.
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