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by Sharon H. Strom

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Sharon H. Strom
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This item:Major Problems in American Women's History (Major . Sharon Block is Associate Professor of History at the University of California, Irvine.

Sharon Block is Associate Professor of History at the University of California, Irvine. from the University of Pennsylvania and a P. from Princeton University before taking up a postdoctoral fellowship at the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture at the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia.

by Sharon Hartman Strom. Women's rights issues have been a part of the political and social fabric of the United States since the Declaration of Independence. In fact, women's rights activists have often wielded principles enunciated in the Declaration as they struggled to secure equality. This reference source examines 15 controversial issues concerning women's rights in the United States.

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The course will cover major topics in American women's history including European colonization, slavery, reform activism, sexuality .

The course will cover major topics in American women's history including European colonization, slavery, reform activism, sexuality, suffrage, politics, civil rights, and feminism. We will examine the interactions of race, class, and gender in the study of the history of American women. Required Books: Ellen Carol DuBois and Lynn Dumeril, Through Women’s Eyes: An American History with Documents (Bedford/St. 8 DISCUSSION 6/2: Civil Rights and Women's Liberation Read DuBois and Dumeril, ch. 9 and 10 DISCUSSION SECOND PAPER DUE 6/3: Study Day 6/4: FINAL EXAM.

Women's Rights (Major Issues in American History). 0313311358 (ISBN13: 9780313311352).

This course will explore American politics, society, and culture from the post- Civil War era to the present. We will focus on changes in power relations in American society produced by social and political movements. We will also examine the construction and contestation of gender, race, ethnic, and class.

The post–civil rights era in African-American history is defined as the time period in the United States since Congressional passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and the Fair Housing Act of 1968, major federal legis.

The other major issue in America's immigration debate is the fate of immigrants who were brought to America .

The other major issue in America's immigration debate is the fate of immigrants who were brought to America as children. According to Pew, America's collective opinion on the issue is clear. From immigration laws and foreign policy, to religious tolerance and perceived political correctness, few issues have carried more weight in the post-9/11 world than the threat of radical Islamic terrorism-but is Islam any more likely to incite violence than other religions? On that issue, Americans are nearly split, but within that split lies a massive partisan divide: According to Pew, 49% of America thinks Islam does not encourage violence while 43% believe it does.

Women’s rights throughout . This week marks 46 years since the landmark Roe v. Wade decision. Here’s a look at the women’s liberation movement from the 19th century to today. The state became the first to grant women the right to vote in all elections in 1890. It wasn’t until 1920 that the 19th Amendment was ratified, granting women the right to vote in elections throughout the country. Hillary Clinton became the first woman to be nominated by a major party for a president in 2016; the first woman to run was Victoria Woodhull in 1872. This article tagged under

Women's rights issues have been a part of the political and social fabric of the United States since the Declaration of Independence. In fact, women's rights activists have often wielded principles enunciated in the Declaration as they struggled to secure equality. This reference source examines 15 controversial issues concerning women's rights in the United States. A historical overview introduces each issue, followed by the presentation of primary documents that illustrate the various positions women and men have taken in support of or opposition to the issue at hand.

Chapters highlight such landmark issues as the Declaration of the Rights of Women, women in the labor movement, women's suffrage, the politics of birth control and abortion, and Title IX. Each chapter concludes with an annotated list of sources to direct students in further research, making this a perfect starting point for students interested in examining the drama, impact, and constant national influence of women's issues.