Up from the pedestal; selected writings in the history of American feminism, edited with an introd. by Aileen S. Kraditor.Material type: TextSeries: A Quadrangle paperback ; QP77.Publisher: Chicago, Quadrangle Books Description: 372 p. 25 cm.Subject(s): Feminism -- United States -- HistoryAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Up from the pedestal.DDC classification: 301.41/2/0973 Also issued online.
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The prologue / Anne Bradstreet -- Journal / John Winthrop -- On the equality of the sexes / Constantia -- Observations on the real rights of women / Hannah Mather Crocker -- Dissertation on the characteristic differences between the sexes / Thomas R. Dew -- Discourse on female influence / Jonathan F. Stearns -- Pastoral letter of the Massachusetts Congregationalist clergy (1837) -- Two essays / Sarah Moore Grimké -- Letters to Catherine E. Beecher / Angelina Emily Grimké -- The great lawsuit / Margaret Fuller -- Speech / Lucy Stone -- Address to the public / Emma Hart Willard -- Suggestions respecting improvements in education / Catherine E. Beecher -- Intellect of woman / Sarah Moore Grimké -- Woman as inventor / Matilda Joslyn Gage -- Present tendencies in women's college and university education / M. Carey Thomas -- Woman's share in social culture / Anna Garlin Spencer -- Debate at Woman's Rights Convention (1854) / Henry Grew ... [et al.] -- The woman's Bible ; Letter to the editor, The critic / Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- The Bible on women voting / Catharine Waugh McCulloch -- Dress of women / Sarah Moore Grimké -- Elizabeth Smith Miller on the bloomer costume --
Correspondence between Gerrit Smith and Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- Constitutional equality a right of woman / Tennie C. Claflin -- Theory of the leisure class / Thorstein Veblen -- Address at a convention (1884) / Matilda Joslyn Gage -- The matriarchate / Elizabeth Cady Stanton -- Marriage documents : Robert Dale Owen and Mary Robinson, Henry B. Blackwell and Lucy Stone -- Relation of woman's work in the household to the work outside / Antoinette Brown Blackwell --Social purity / Susan B. Anthony -- Voluntary motherhood / Harriot Stanton Blatch -- Economic basis of the woman question / Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- Declaration of sentiments and resolutions, Seneca Falls Convention (1848) -- Editorial, New York Herald (1852) -- New York State legislative report (1856) -- The woman question / Orestes A. Brownson -- Remarks of Senator George C. Vest in Congress (1887) -- Remarks of Abraham L. Kellogg in New York State Constitutional Convention (1894) -- Would woman suffrage be unwise? / Grover Cleveland -- Losing her privilege / Alice Stone Blackwell -- President's annual address / Carrie Chapman Catt -- Mr. Dooley on woman's suffrage / Finley Peter Dunne -- Are women people? / Alice Duer Miller --
Resolutions passed at a Woman's Rights Convention (1851) -- Ernestine Rose on legal discrimination -- Tax protest / Harriot K. Hunt -- Plaintiff's brief and argument, Minor vs. Happersett (1872) -- Susan B. Anthony's constitutional argument -- What the South can do / Henry B. Blackwell -- Olympia Brown on the foreign menace -- Resolutions adopted at a convention (1893) -- Danger to our government / Carrie Chapman Catt -- The South and woman suffrage / Belle Kearney -- Duty to the women of our new possessions and discussion by Helen Philleo Jenkins, Octavia W. Bates, Henry B. Blackwell, and Susan B. Anthony / Anna Garlin Spencer -- Three addresses / Florence Kelley -- Relation of suffragism to working-class women / Jessie Ashley -- Jane Addams on woman suffrage -- Six predictions of the results of women's enfranchisement -- The Equal-Rights Amendment : senate hearing (1931) / Burnita Shelton Matthews ... [et al.] -- American women : report of the President's Commission (1965) -- How to win : a book for girls / Frances E. Willard -- Theory of the leisure class / Thorstein Veblen -- Are women human beings? / Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- Where are the female geniuses? / Sylvia Kopald -- Discouraged feminists / Emily Newell Blair -- Women are household slaves / Edith M. Stern -- The Radcliffe Institute for Independent Study (1961) / Mary I. Bunting -- National Organization for Women, Statement of purpose (1966).