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Harriot Stanton Blatch and the Winning of Woman Suffrage - DuBois, Ellen Carol
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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: YALE UNIV PR], Harriot Stanton Blatch (1856-1940), daughter of the famous suffragist Elizabeth Cady Stanton, played an essential role in the winning of woman suffrage in the Undited States. Ellen DuBois' powerfully written book is both a biography of Harriot Blatch and a new appraisal of the triumph and aftermath of the American woman suffrage movement. Blatch's dedication to woman suffrage, marked by a concern for social justice and human liberty, closely paralleled that of her mother. After her mother's death in 1902, Blatch returned to the United States. There she encouraged women from all classes to participate in the suffrage movement, advocated a lively activist style, and brought a genuine political sensibility to the movement. She led the 1913-15 votes for women referendum campaign in New York state and cofounded in 1916 the National Woman's Party. And though she devoted herself to enfranchisement, she also envisioned a feminism that encompassed economic power and independence for women. In telling the story of Blatch's life and work, DuBois reinterprets the history and politics of the American suffrage movement and its impact on women's freedom. This is a must-read for anyone with a serious interest in women's history in general and the woman suffrage movement in particular. Blatch bridged the generations from the founders of the women's rights movement, including her mother Elizabeth Cady Stanton, to the younger radicals such as Alice Paul. Blatch was instrumental in the New York State suffrage campaign that came to fruition in 1917 and that led to the ultimate victory on the national level in 1918-1920. She was a leader in progressive causes both in England (where she lived for many years after her marriage) and later in the U.S. Dubois captures well both the public and private sides of Blatch's life. Of particular interest, of course, is Blatch's relationship with her formidable mother. Blatch's public career was both an homage to her mother and an exploration of ways in which Blatch could be her own person. It was her unique triumph to help to realize the goal of political emancipation that Stanton strove for but did not live to see. This text is both a biography of Harriot Stanton Blatch (1856-1940) and an appraisal of the winning and aftermath of the American woman suffrage movement. Vorbesitzervermerk vorn, Schutzumschlag leicht berieben, sonst sehr gut, [SC: 2.00], leichte Gebrauchsspuren, privates Angebot, [GW: 600g], [PU: New Haven and London], 1. Auflage

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Harriot Stanton Blatch and the Winning of Woman Suffrage - First edition

1997, ISBN: 9780300080681

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: YALE UNIV PR], Harriot Stanton Blatch (1856-1940), daughter of the famous suffragist Elizabeth Cady Stanton, played an essential role in the winning of woman suffrage in the Undited States. Ellen DuBois' powerfully written book is both a biography of Harriot Blatch and a new appraisal of the triumph and aftermath of the American woman suffrage movement. Blatch's dedication to woman suffrage, marked by a concern for social justice and human liberty, closely paralleled that of her mother. After her mother's death in 1902, Blatch returned to the United States. There she encouraged women from all classes to participate in the suffrage movement, advocated a lively activist style, and brought a genuine political sensibility to the movement. She led the 1913-15 votes for women referendum campaign in New York state and cofounded in 1916 the National Woman's Party. And though she devoted herself to enfranchisement, she also envisioned a feminism that encompassed economic power and independence for women. In telling the story of Blatch's life and work, DuBois reinterprets the history and politics of the American suffrage movement and its impact on women's freedom.This is a must-read for anyone with a serious interest in women's history in general and the woman suffrage movement in particular. Blatch bridged the generations from the founders of the women's rights movement, including her mother Elizabeth Cady Stanton, to the younger radicals such as Alice Paul. Blatch was instrumental in the New York State suffrage campaign that came to fruition in 1917 and that led to the ultimate victory on the national level in 1918-1920. She was a leader in progressive causes both in England (where she lived for many years after her marriage) and later in the U.S.Dubois captures well both the public and private sides of Blatch's life. Of particular interest, of course, is Blatch's relationship with her formidable mother. Blatch's public career was both an homage to her mother and an exploration of ways in which Blatch could be her own person. It was her unique triumph to help to realize the goal of political emancipation that Stanton strove for but did not live to see.This text is both a biography of Harriot Stanton Blatch (1856-1940) and an appraisal of the winning and aftermath of the American woman suffrage movement. Vorbesitzervermerk vorn, Schutzumschlag leicht berieben, sonst sehr gut, [SC: 5.00], leichte Gebrauchsspuren, privates Angebot, [GW: 600g], [PU: New Haven and London], 1. Auflage

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Harriot Stanton Blatch and the Winning of Woman Suffrage - First edition

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: YALE UNIV PR], Harriot Stanton Blatch (1856-1940), daughter of the famous suffragist Elizabeth Cady Stanton, played an essential role in the winning of woman suffrage in the Undited States. Ellen DuBois' powerfully written book is both a biography of Harriot Blatch and a new appraisal of the triumph and aftermath of the American woman suffrage movement. Blatch's dedication to woman suffrage, marked by a concern for social justice and human liberty, closely paralleled that of her mother. After her mother's death in 1902, Blatch returned to the United States. There she encouraged women from all classes to participate in the suffrage movement, advocated a lively activist style, and brought a genuine political sensibility to the movement. She led the 1913-15 votes for women referendum campaign in New York state and cofounded in 1916 the National Woman's Party. And though she devoted herself to enfranchisement, she also envisioned a feminism that encompassed economic power and independence for women. In telling the story of Blatch's life and work, DuBois reinterprets the history and politics of the American suffrage movement and its impact on women's freedom.This is a must-read for anyone with a serious interest in women's history in general and the woman suffrage movement in particular. Blatch bridged the generations from the founders of the women's rights movement, including her mother Elizabeth Cady Stanton, to the younger radicals such as Alice Paul. Blatch was instrumental in the New York State suffrage campaign that came to fruition in 1917 and that led to the ultimate victory on the national level in 1918-1920. She was a leader in progressive causes both in England (where she lived for many years after her marriage) and later in the U.S.Dubois captures well both the public and private sides of Blatch's life. Of particular interest, of course, is Blatch's relationship with her formidable mother. Blatch's public career was both an homage to her mother and an exploration of ways in which Blatch could be her own person. It was her unique triumph to help to realize the goal of political emancipation that Stanton strove for but did not live to see.This text is both a biography of Harriot Stanton Blatch (1856-1940) and an appraisal of the winning and aftermath of the American woman suffrage movement. Vorbesitzervermerk vorn, Schutzumschlag leicht berieben, sonst sehr gut, [SC: 2.00], leichte Gebrauchsspuren, privates Angebot, [GW: 600g], [PU: New Haven and London], 1. Auflage

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: YALE UNIV PR], Harriot Stanton Blatch (1856-1940), daughter of the famous suffragist Elizabeth Cady Stanton, played an essential role in the winning of woman suffrage in the Undited States. Ellen DuBois' powerfully written book is both a biography of Harriot Blatch and a new appraisal of the triumph and aftermath of the American woman suffrage movement. Blatch's dedication to woman suffrage, marked by a concern for social justice and human liberty, closely paralleled that of her mother. After her mother's death in 1902, Blatch returned to the United States. There she encouraged women from all classes to participate in the suffrage movement, advocated a lively activist style, and brought a genuine political sensibility to the movement. She led the 1913-15 votes for women referendum campaign in New York state and cofounded in 1916 the National Woman's Party. And though she devoted herself to enfranchisement, she also envisioned a feminism that encompassed economic power and independence for women. In telling the story of Blatch's life and work, DuBois reinterprets the history and politics of the American suffrage movement and its impact on women's freedom.This is a must-read for anyone with a serious interest in women's history in general and the woman suffrage movement in particular. Blatch bridged the generations from the founders of the women's rights movement, including her mother Elizabeth Cady Stanton, to the younger radicals such as Alice Paul. Blatch was instrumental in the New York State suffrage campaign that came to fruition in 1917 and that led to the ultimate victory on the national level in 1918-1920. She was a leader in progressive causes both in England (where she lived for many years after her marriage) and later in the U.S.Dubois captures well both the public and private sides of Blatch's life. Of particular interest, of course, is Blatch's relationship with her formidable mother. Blatch's public career was both an homage to her mother and an exploration of ways in which Blatch could be her own person. It was her unique triumph to help to realize the goal of political emancipation that Stanton strove for but did not live to see.This text is both a biography of Harriot Stanton Blatch (1856-1940) and an appraisal of the winning and aftermath of the American woman suffrage movement. Vorbesitzervermerk vorn, Schutzumschlag leicht berieben, sonst sehr gut, [SC: 2.00]

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Harriot Stanton Blatch and the Winning of Woman Suffrage
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DuBois, Ellen Carol

Title:

Harriot Stanton Blatch and the Winning of Woman Suffrage

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0300080689

Harriot Stanton Blatch (1856-1940), daughter of the famous suffragist Elizabeth Cady Stanton, played an essential role in the winning of woman suffrage in the United States. This powerfully written book is both a biography of Harriot Blatch and a new appraisal of the winning and aftermath of the American woman suffrage movement.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780300080681
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0300080689
Paperback
Publishing year: 1999
Publisher: RICHARD HENDERSON
364 Pages
Weight: 0,535 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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