1 edition of The Woman in American Society found in the catalog.
The Woman in American Society
by CPL Bibliographies
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
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The 19th-century suffragette movement to gain women's democratic rights was the most significant influence on the New Woman. These women have, since birth, faced two palpable strikes against them: Being black in a predominantly white society and being a woman in a patriarchal system of oppression.
According to the American Society of News Editors (ASNE) census, African Americans comprise percent of nationwide newsroom employees.
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Godey's Lady's Book One of the first and most popular women's magazines, Godey's Lady's Book brought articles on fashion, poems, and short stories by American authors into 19th-century homes. Although editor Sarah Josepha Hale was at home in the public sphere, the magazine served to uphold middle-class Victorian values.
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