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An Army of Women: Gender and Politics in Gilded Age Kansas

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An Army of Women: Gender and Politics in Gilded Age Kansas - Goldberg, Michael Lewis, Professor
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Looking at both the private and public lives of women and men in rural and urban Kansas, Michael Lewis Goldberg offers sweeping evidence of the role gender played in influencing Gilded Age politics. In An Army of Women , he analyzes how political activists in the Populist Party and the Woman Movement sought to create a role for women while retaining the support of men. When these activists employed the often slippery symbols of masculinity and femininity, they found that gendered meanings often changed with the shifting ...

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An Army of Women: Gender and Politics in Gilded Age Kansas 2001, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore

ISBN-13: 9780801863622

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An Army of Women: Gender and Politics in Gilded Age Kansas 1997, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

ISBN-13: 9780801855627

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