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Redefining the New Woman, 1920-1963

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ISBN 9780815327141
Published December 1, 1997 by Routledge
344 Pages

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First Published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Table of Contents

Series Introduction

xiii Volume Introduction

2 What Is Equality?

Clara Mortenson Beyer

3 Are Women's Clubs "Used" by Bolshevists?

Henry Ford

7 The Unfemale Feminine

Anthony Bertram

10 Feminism and the Economic Independence of Woman

Guion Griffis Johnson

13 The Collapse of Feminism

Reginald F. Rynd

21 Seven Deadly Sins of Woman in Business

Anne W. Armstrong

30 The Problem of Women in Industry

Ethel M. Johnson

35 Equality of Woman with Man:

A Myth—A Challenge to Feminism

John Macy

44 Feminism Destructive of Woman's Happiness

Gina Lombroso Ferrero

52 Second Thoughts on Feminism

Iona Mure

53 Feminism and Jane Smith

63 The Enfranchisement of the Girl of Twenty-one

Anthony M. Ludovici

70 Public Opinion—Women in Industry

Margaret G. Bondfield

73 Woman's Morality in Transition

Joseph Collins

81 Woman's Encroachment on Man's Domain

Evils of Woman's Revolt Against the Old Standards

Hugh L. McMenamin

Fanatical Females

John Leonard Cole

This Two-Headed Monster—The Family

Henry R. Carey

Common Problems of Professional Women

Ruby A. Black

Sex Inferiority

Ruth Allison Hudnut

Chivalry and Labor Laws

Cocksure Women and Hensure Men

D.H. Lawrence

Emotional Handicaps of the Professional Woman

Eleanor B. Saunders

What More Do Women Want?

Creighton Peet

Are Ten Too Many?

Marjorie Wells

A Word to Women

Albert Jay Nock

Is Feminism Decadent?

Bernard Acworth and Muriel Kirkpatrick

A Woman's Invasion of a Famous Public School

and How Men Endured It


The Disadvantages of Women's Rights

Nirgidma de Torhout

The Cultural Background of the American Woman

Ernest R. Groves

Deterrents to Parenthood

S.H. Halford

An Objective View?

S.H. Halford

Trend of National Intelligence

S.H. Halford

American Woman's Dilemma

Frances Levinson

Should Mothers Work?

Irene M. Josselyn and Ruth Schley Goldman

Social Psychological Correlates of Upward Social Mobility

Among Unmarried Career Women

Evelyn Ellis

My Great-Grandmothers Were Happy

Priscilla Robertson

The Passage Through College

Mervin B. Freedman

276 Women, Husbands and History

Adlai E. Stevenson

285 The Found Generation

David Riesman

301 Table of Traits Assigned to Male and Female

Orville G. Brim Jr.

303 A Rousing Club Fight

Norman Mailer

327 Acknowledgments

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Angela Howard-Zophy, Associate Professor of History and Women's Studies at the University of Houston Clear Lake, is editor of the award-winning Handbook of American Women's History (Garland, 1990). She holds a Ph.D. degree in history from Ohio State University, and is the editor of the Garland series: The Development of American Feminism well as Directories of Minority Women, and is the author of numerous articles, book chapters, and essays.

Sasha Rana Adams Tarrant assisted editorially with the revised edition of the Handbook of American Women's History, as well as contributed the entry on antifeminism to the volume. She holds B.A. and M.A. degrees in history from the University of Houston Clear Lake, and is currently completing her doctorate in U.S. and women's history at Texas A. & M. University.