Good. xiv, 354 pp.; illustrated; stiff paper wrappers; Contents: Women in the Weimar Republic--Beyond Kinder, Kuche, Kirche: Weimar women in politics and work / Renate Bridenthal, Claudia Koons--Abortion and economic crisis: The 1931 campaign against Paragraph 218 / Atina Grossmann--The Bremen Morality scandal / Elisabeth Meyer-Renschhausen--Helene Stocker: Left-wing intellectual and sex reformer / Amy Hackett--Mother's Day in the Weimar Republic / Karin Hausen--Professional housewives; stepsisters of the Women's Movement / Renate Bridenthal--Sisterhood under siege: feminism and anti-Semetism in Germany, 1904-1938 / Marion Kaplan--Women in Nazi Germany--The competition for women's Lebensraum, 1928-1934 / Claudia Koons--THe creation of a Female Assembly-Line Proletariat / Annemarie Troger--Racism and sexism in Nazi Germany: Motherhood, compulsory sterilization, and the state / Gisela Bock--Women and the Holocaust: The case of German and German-Jewish women / Sybil Milton--The story of Ruth / Sylvia Kramer, Ruth Nebel--Comrade-Woman-Mother-Resistance fighter / Gerda Szepansky, Katherine Jacob; front endpaper corner clipped; else G.
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