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100 Years of Women's Suffrage: A University of Illinois Press Anthology
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100 Years of Women's Suffrage: A University of Illinois Press Anthology
Compiled by Dawn Durante
2019
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Published by: University of Illinois Press
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SUMMARY
100 Years of Women’s Suffrage commemorates the centennial of the Nineteenth Amendment by bringing together essential scholarship on the suffrage movement and women's voting previously published by the University of Illinois Press. With an original introduction by Nancy A. Hewitt, the selections illuminate the lives and work of key figures while uncovering the endeavors of all women—across lines of gender, race, class, religion, and ethnicity—to gain, and use, the vote. Beginning with works that focus on cultural and political suffrage battles, the chapters then look past 1920 to look at how women won, wielded, and continue to fight for access to the ballot. A curation of important scholarship on a pivotal historical moment, 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage captures the complex and enduring struggle for fair and equal voting rights.

Contributors: Laura L. Behling, Erin Cassese, Mary Chapman, M. Margaret Conway, Carolyn Daniels, Bonnie Thornton Dill, Ellen Carol DuBois, Julie A. Gallagher, Barbara Green, Nancy A. Hewitt, Leonie Huddy, Kimberly Jensen, Mary-Kate Lizotte, Lady Constance Lytton, and Andrea Radke-Moss
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Cover
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Title Page, Copyright
pp. i-iv
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Contents
pp. v-vi
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Preface
pp. vii-viii
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Introduction
Nancy A. Hewitt
pp. 1-14
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PART I. The Cultural and Political Struggles for Enfranchisement
1. The Radicalism of Thewoman Suffrage Movement
Ellen Carol Dubois
pp. 17-26
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2. Mormon Women, Suffrage, and Citizenship at the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair
Andrea G. Radke-Moss
pp. 27-44
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3. Suffrage and Spectacle
Mary Chapman and Barbara Green
pp. 45-57
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4. From Prisons and Prisoners
Lady Constance Lytton
pp. 58-62
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5. “Whether We Vote or Not—We Are Going to Shoot”
Kimberly Jensen
pp. 63-90
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6. Unsightly Evidence
Laura L. Behling
pp. 91-120
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PART II. Winning and Wielding the Ballot
7. Fighting for Rights in the 1910s and 1920s (excerpt)
Julie A. Gallagher
pp. 123-137
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8. New Women
Nancy A. Hewitt
pp. 138-172
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9. We Just Kept Going
Carolyn Daniels
pp. 173-176
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10. Race, Class, and Gender
Bonnie Thornton Dill
pp. 177-196
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11. Sources of Political Unity and Disunity Among Women
Leonie Huddy, Erin Cassese, And Mary-Kate Lizotte
pp. 197-226
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12. The Gender Gap
M. Margaret Conway
pp. 227-242
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List of Original Publications
pp. 243-244
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Contributors
pp. 245-248
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Index
pp. 249-258
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Back Cover
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ISBN9780252051784
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9780252042928

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OCLC1112128089
Pages272
Launched on MUSE2020-01-02
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