Future of Women's Rights Pro-Life Movement and Reproductive Freedom Author Suggested Illustrations, Tables, and Documents
Introductory Overview Essay
Theory of Women's Rights as Reform Sources of Mobilization for Women’s Rights Across the First-, Second-, and Third Waves of Feminism
Historical Development of Women’s Rights Early Women’s Rights Campaigns Suffrage Movement Women’s Rights “Hiatus,” 1920-1960 1960s Feminist Revival Reproductive Rights and Women's Rights Controversy Expanding Women’s Employment Opportunities Post-Feminism Debate, 1980-Present
Key Moments Seneca Falls Hosts First Women’s Rights Convention (1848) Susan B. Anthony “Votes” (1872) Alice Paul Authors the Equal Rights Amendment (1923) Rosie the Riveter Introduced on “We Can Do It” Poster (1943) Betty Friedan Publishes Feminine Mystique (1963) “Bra Burning” at the Miss America Pageant (1969) Chicago Women’s Liberation Union Issues Guide to Staring Consciousness-Raising Groups (1971) Susan Faludi’s Backlash: The Undeclared War Against American Women Highlights Persistent Obstacles Against Women’s Advances (1991)
Intersection of Women’s Rights Movement with Other Reform Movements Women’s Rights and Abolition, Civil Rights, Communitarism, Labor Movement, LGBT Rights, Pacifism/Anti-war, Religious Benevolence, and Temperance Future of Women's Rights Further Recognition of Work and Family Conflict
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