Women in California's History
Book review of Gayle Gullet's book, "Becoming Citizens: The Emergence and Development of the California Women's Movement".
# 55011 | 844 words | 1 source | MLA | 2004 |
Published on Jan 16, 2005 in English (Analysis) , Women Studies (Historical Figures) , Women Studies (Feminism) , Gender and Sexuality (Sexual Politics)
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This paper reviews Gullet's book on the history of the women's movement in California and explains how Gullet breaks up the history of the movement into stages and highlights. It discusses how the movement was forced to undergo a series of ideological and structural transformations to achieve a specific goal rather than manifest itself as the pure politics of a group of women unified across class lines.
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