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The Revolution in Words.

By: Kramarae, Cheris.
Contributor(s): Rakow, Lana F.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Women''s Source Library: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2013Description: 1 online resource (332 p.).ISBN: 9781135034023.Subject(s): Feminism -- United States -- History -- 19th century -- Sources | Revolution (New York, N.Y.) | Women’s rights -- United States -- History -- 19th century -- SourcesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Revolution in WordsDDC classification: 305.42/0973/09034 | 305.42097309034 LOC classification: HQ1423 .R48 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; The Revolution in Words; Copyright Page; Contents; List of illustrations; Foreword by Berenice Carroll; Acknowledgements; Key; Introduction; 1. Onward the Revolution; Introduction; The Revolution: The Organ of the National Party of New America; The President Subscribes; Salutatory; The Revolution; Garrison Crucifies Democrats, Train, and the Women of "The Revolution": Elizabeth Cady Stanton; A Charming Surprise; What the People Say of Us; Lesser of Two Evils; Meddling With Everything; Wall Street: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Poison Pen; We Have Come to the Revolution
"Why Don''t You X?"Man "Sticks Out" Everywhere; What the Press Says of Us; Going By Train; Price of "The Revolution"; The Politics of "The Revolution"; The Old Year is Gone: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; The Revolution on Finance; Revolution''s Twin Sister: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; The Woman''s Bureau; The Tribune in Hysterics: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; "The World" Forsakes Us: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Those Ridiculous Headings; Harvard Needs Revolution; A Most Unjust Charge; To Correspondents; The Woman''s Journal; Don''t Know Its Mother!: Susan B. Anthony
To the Friends and Patrons of the Revolution: Parker PillsburyProspectus of the Revolution for 1870: Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony; Who Shall Fill Our Places: Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony; The Motto of This Journal: [Laura Curtis Bullard]; The Revolution: Prospectus: Mrs Laura Curtis Bullard; What Flag Shall We Fly?: [Laura Curtis Bullard]; Valedictory: Laura Curtis Bullard; 2. Aristocracy of Sex; Introduction; Aristocracy of Sex: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Alike in One Respect: Lucy Stone; Equal Rights to All!: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; The Ballot: Elizabeth Cady Stanton
"Fudge!": Ed. Rev.Universal Suffrage: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Equal Rights: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Half a Loaf: Phoebe Couzins; Fickle Abolitionists; Men Everywhere; White Masters: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Racism Answered; Ballot for Black Women: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Georgia Reconstruction; Colored Convention in Utica; Southern Literature: Parker Pillsbury; Let Blacks Rise - Lift Them: D. Watkins; A Colored Woman''s Voice; Harper Defends Fifteenth; Oppressed Women of All Shades: P. W. Davis; Colorphobia: Parker Pillsbury; Colorphobia Cured: Parker Pillsbury
Without Regard to Sex or Color: Robert PurvisAlongside Negro "Wenches": Matilda E. Joslyn Gage; Men Can Lump It; Fifteenth Amendment Celebrations: Parker Pillsbury; National Woman Suffrage Association Report: Charlotte B. Wilbour; White Male Presidents; Side Issues: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; 3. Hester Vaughanism; Introduction; Hester Vaughan: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Infanticide; Slaves to Man''s Lust: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Child Murder; Gestation Facts Needed: A Teacher; Time to Conspire: Conspirator; Is Woman Her Own?: Matilda E. J. Gage; Restellism Not the Problem; Respecting Maternity
How Man Legislates for Women: Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Summary: This volume was first published in 1990 and presents a wide range of exerpts from the periodical The Revolution, one of the most radical periodicals of the Western women''s movement.
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Front Cover; The Revolution in Words; Copyright Page; Contents; List of illustrations; Foreword by Berenice Carroll; Acknowledgements; Key; Introduction; 1. Onward the Revolution; Introduction; The Revolution: The Organ of the National Party of New America; The President Subscribes; Salutatory; The Revolution; Garrison Crucifies Democrats, Train, and the Women of "The Revolution": Elizabeth Cady Stanton; A Charming Surprise; What the People Say of Us; Lesser of Two Evils; Meddling With Everything; Wall Street: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Poison Pen; We Have Come to the Revolution

"Why Don''t You X?"Man "Sticks Out" Everywhere; What the Press Says of Us; Going By Train; Price of "The Revolution"; The Politics of "The Revolution"; The Old Year is Gone: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; The Revolution on Finance; Revolution''s Twin Sister: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; The Woman''s Bureau; The Tribune in Hysterics: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; "The World" Forsakes Us: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Those Ridiculous Headings; Harvard Needs Revolution; A Most Unjust Charge; To Correspondents; The Woman''s Journal; Don''t Know Its Mother!: Susan B. Anthony

To the Friends and Patrons of the Revolution: Parker PillsburyProspectus of the Revolution for 1870: Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony; Who Shall Fill Our Places: Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony; The Motto of This Journal: [Laura Curtis Bullard]; The Revolution: Prospectus: Mrs Laura Curtis Bullard; What Flag Shall We Fly?: [Laura Curtis Bullard]; Valedictory: Laura Curtis Bullard; 2. Aristocracy of Sex; Introduction; Aristocracy of Sex: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Alike in One Respect: Lucy Stone; Equal Rights to All!: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; The Ballot: Elizabeth Cady Stanton

"Fudge!": Ed. Rev.Universal Suffrage: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Equal Rights: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Half a Loaf: Phoebe Couzins; Fickle Abolitionists; Men Everywhere; White Masters: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Racism Answered; Ballot for Black Women: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Georgia Reconstruction; Colored Convention in Utica; Southern Literature: Parker Pillsbury; Let Blacks Rise - Lift Them: D. Watkins; A Colored Woman''s Voice; Harper Defends Fifteenth; Oppressed Women of All Shades: P. W. Davis; Colorphobia: Parker Pillsbury; Colorphobia Cured: Parker Pillsbury

Without Regard to Sex or Color: Robert PurvisAlongside Negro "Wenches": Matilda E. Joslyn Gage; Men Can Lump It; Fifteenth Amendment Celebrations: Parker Pillsbury; National Woman Suffrage Association Report: Charlotte B. Wilbour; White Male Presidents; Side Issues: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; 3. Hester Vaughanism; Introduction; Hester Vaughan: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Infanticide; Slaves to Man''s Lust: Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Child Murder; Gestation Facts Needed: A Teacher; Time to Conspire: Conspirator; Is Woman Her Own?: Matilda E. J. Gage; Restellism Not the Problem; Respecting Maternity

How Man Legislates for Women: Elizabeth Cady Stanton

This volume was first published in 1990 and presents a wide range of exerpts from the periodical The Revolution, one of the most radical periodicals of the Western women''s movement.

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