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Titulos:
From the house to the streets the Cuban woman's movement for legal reform, 1898-1940 / K. Lynn Stoner.
Idiomas:
eng
ISBN:
9786612904172; 0-8223-1149-6; 1-282-90417-5; 1-282-90416-7; 0-8223-8168-0; 9786612904165; 0-8223-1131-3; 0-8223-8167-2
Lugar de Edición:
Durham :
Editor:
Duke University Press,
Fecha de Edición:
1991.
Notas #:
"Originally published ... as volume 89, number 2 of the South Atlantic quarterly"--Verso t.p.; Includes index.
Notas Formateada:
Breaking the mold -- Statecraft and women's rights, 1902-1918 -- Feminist congresses and organizations -- A prosopography of the feminist leadership -- The feminist journalists -- Women's suffrage and the question of democracy -- Feminism and social motherhood -- Legislating morality -- Fields, factories and feminists -- Blacks, whites, and women: the equal rights law.
Nota de contenido:
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Palabras clave:
Women's rights; Women; Feminism

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Institucion:
Universidad de San Andrés
Dependencia:
Biblioteca Max Von Buch

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