Divided Lives: American Women in the Twentieth Century (American Century Series)
ISBN 10: 0809097842 / 0-8090-9784-2
ISBN 13: 9780809097845
Publisher: Hill & Wang Pub
Publication Date: 1992
Early histories of women's lives tended to represent women as victims of discrimination and faulty socialization. In the 1970s the predominate emphasis was on the sameness of men and women. The 1980s brought an awareness of difference, not only of men from women, but among women of class, race, religion and sexuality. This book argues that none of these approaches alone can explain the history of American women.
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