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Cornerstones of Freedom: The Story of The Women's Movement (Hardback)

"A little more than a hundred years ago women in England and America did not have the right to own property, keep the money they earned, vote, get an education, or get custody of their children. Each of these rights was won through the efforts and sacrifices of some extraordinary women." — Maureen Ash, Author

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Condition

VERY GOOD: The book's spine, pages, and covers are in excellent condition.

Description

Library of Congress summary: “A brief history of how women in this country have tried to gain equal rights with men.” There is also some background of women in England who also sought the right to vote. The book covers more than voting, however, including the Equal Rights Amendment, or E.R.A., movement. There are photographs and illustrations throughout the text.

Details

SKU:
135
Genre/Subject:
History – American
Author:
Ash, Maureen
Publisher:
Childrens Press
Publish Date:
1989
Format:
Hardback
Weight (pounds):
0.53
Dimensions (W”xL”xH”):
8.1″x9.7″x0.3″
ISBN-13:
N/A
ISBN-10:
0516047248
Collection:
Juvenile
Series:
Cornerstones of Freedom

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