An Army of Women Gender and Politics in Gilded Age Kansas


An Army of Women Gender and Politics in Gilded Age Kansas Reconfiguring American Political History [PDF / EPUB] An Army of Women Gender and Politics in Gilded Age Kansas Reconfiguring American Political History Looking at both the private and public lives of women and men in rural and urban Kansas Michael Lewis Goldberg offers sweeping evidence of the role gender played in influencing Gilded Age politics In Looking at both the of Women ePUB ´ private and public lives of women and men in rural and urban Kansas Michael Lewis Goldberg offers sweeping evidence of the role gender played in influencing Gilded Age An Army Kindle - politics In An Army of Women he analyzes how political activists in the Populist Party and the Woman Movement sought to create a role for women while retaining the support of men When Army of Women eBook ✓ these activists employed the often slippery symbols of masculinity and femininity they found that gendered meanings often changed with the shifting political context Their ideas and assumptions about gender helped determine their ideologies Army of Women Gender and PDF \ strategies the fate of their movements and their impact on American politics Goldberg's broad scope and use of both traditional and unusual sources—including folkways poems songs and novels—allow readers to understand the movements both as part of a national framework and within the context of the state and local cultures that were their primary concern.

  • Paperback
  • 328 pages
  • An Army of Women Gender and Politics in Gilded Age Kansas Reconfiguring American Political History
  • Michael Lewis Goldberg
  • English
  • 09 March 2016
  • 9780801863622

2 thoughts on “An Army of Women Gender and Politics in Gilded Age Kansas Reconfiguring American Political History

  1. says:

    I read this for a class and it was really hard to get through It was tough but not in an academic way

  2. says:

    It was ok But a real tough read that seemed to lose focus on its argument and became a book on Kansas political intrigue and chronology and not Suffrage

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