By Joan Smyth Iversen
September 09, 2016
This first study of the antipolygamy movement in the United States traces its growth from a Utah-based women's group into a national crusade where it sparked a debate in suffrage politics. The author analyzes this debate, highlighting the differing views of marriage, family, and the role of women ...
By Sandra B. Lewenson
February 29, 2016
First Published in 1994. Part of the series on the Development of American Feminism, Sandra Lewenson's Taking Charge is the first in this series, and the selection reflects the intent to assist in enlarging our general understanding of an often overlooked presence of feminism in such professional ...