Women's Movement - Conflict and Compromise in History (Paperback)National History Day (author)
Paperback 176 Pages / Published: 11/05/2007
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For teachers wanting to give their students the whole story of the movement for women's rights in the United States, "Conflict and Compromise: Women's Movement" offers a unique and engaging solution. Combining expert research and engaging activities, the resource book ranges from the beginnings of the women's movement in the 1830s to the era of the 1970s. Coverage centers primarily on two defining moments: the debate over excluding female suffrage from the Fifteenth Amendment in the 1870s (which gave the vote to African American men) and the emergence of women's liberation groups in the 1960s. By focusing on these moments, teachers can help students understand the difficulty women have had in securing greater equality, as well as ways in which contemporary political and social events profoundly shaped the women's movement as a whole.
Number of pages: 176
Dimensions: 279 x 216 mm
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