100 Years of Women's Suffrage : A University of Illinois Press Anthology
, Introduction by
Nancy A. Hewitt
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"From the brutal imprisonment narratives that roused a nation's sympathies to the suffragists' plight to the 'gender gap' in contemporary voting, this text is a rich collection of University of Illinois Press works on the American women's suffrage quest and its aftermath. 100 Years of Women's Suffrage highlights rarely discussed regional and racial approaches in the fight for women's 'first class citizenship' through a fascinating mix of primary accounts and historical and gender studies essays. A recommended anthology that rightly honors the Nineteenth Amendment's centennial."--Michelle R. Scott, author of Blues Empress in Black Chattanooga: Bessie Smith and the Emerging Urban South "Offering a unique and creative way to reflect on the suffrage movement, this an......
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Dawn Durante is editor in chief at the University of Texas Press. Nancy A. Hewitt is Distinguished Professor Emerita at Rutgers University. ...