Klein finds that a trend toward redefining women's lives has been present since the turn of the century. She focuses on two compelling questions: What are the common concerns that mobilize women, and how do these concerns shape political activism? This study combs a wealth of public opinion surveys and census data to discover why women have become politically active and what it means to public policy.

Gender Politics 2014, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass. [u.a.]

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