Ã¯ Â¬ Planned and published by the Civics Society in Chicago from 1913 to 1914, this is a series of publications for the leaders of the women's movement offering advice to American women on everything they should learn at the time when they were just about to obtain woman suffrage.
Ã¯ Â¬ In a total of twelve issues published over two years, the series covers all important subjects in politics, law, economics, education, health and social welfare and tries to provide contemporary women with useful information and knowledge for them to be advanced citizens in the modern society of twentieth century.
Ã¯ Â¬ Hundreds of articles, contributed by women leaders and specialists in the fields like Jane Adams, Carrie Chapman Catt and Florence Kelley, cover such specific themes as eugenics, child labour, prison reform, trade union, and peace and accompanied by many illustrations and photographs to help understanding the subjects.
Ã¯ Â¬ This facsimile reprint includes all contents of twelve issues with illustrations and index and offers valuable source of information to research American history of women and women suffrage movement.
Publisher: Editon Synapse
Weight: 4014 g
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