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In this study of women from the Puritan revolution to the 1930s, the author shows how class and sex, work and family, personal life and social pressures have shaped and hindered women's struggles for equality.
'An important and valuable achievement.' -- New York Times 'I admire Sheila Rowbotham's directness. Women should be grateful for a book of this kind, which fills our inadequate record of the past' -- New Statesman 'Groundbreaking ... One of the first books to make women's history available to a wide audience.' -- Guardian
|Work, the family and the development of early capitalism|
|Puritans and prophetesses|
|The new radicalism of the eighteenth century|
|The agricultural and industrial revolution|
|New means of resisting|
|Birth control and early nineteenth century radicalism|
|Feminism in the radical and early socialist movement|
|Middle-class women begin to organise|
|Feminism and rescue work|
|The position of working-class women in the ninete|
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Series: Pluto Classics
Number Of Pages: 182
Published: 9th June 1977
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 13.5 x 21.4 x 1.5
Weight (kg): 0.24
Edition Number: 3