The Grounding of Modern Feminism

TitleThe Grounding of Modern Feminism
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1989
AuthorsCott, Nancy
Number of Pages378
PublisherYale University Press
CityNew Haven, US
Abstract

In this landmark addition to scholarship, Nancy F. Cott, author of The Bonds of Womanhood, offers a new interpretation of American feminism during the early decades of this century—a period traditionally viewed as on in which women won the right to vote and then lost interest in feminist issues. Cott argues instead that his period was a time of crisis and transition from the nineteenth-century "woman movement’ to the beginning of modern feminism. [YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS]

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