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Gender Equality (Campaigns for Change)

Connolly, Sean

ISBN 10: 0749659831 / ISBN 13: 9780749659837
Published by Franklin Watts Ltd
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Title: Gender Equality (Campaigns for Change)

Publisher: Franklin Watts Ltd

Book Condition:Very Good

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Explains how rights that we have in today's society were won, often against fierce opposition; Clear text includes many vivid first-hand accounts and quotes; Includes coverage of issues that are current and on-going.

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Grade 5-8 Both titles feature appealing page layouts and an abundance of archival photographs and full-color illustrations. Gender Equality offers this insight: ...women in many ancient societies enjoyed more basic rights than women in19th-century England or the United States. The major historical events and people of the suffrage movement closely linked to women's equality are examined; the final chapter, Looking Ahead, is a concise discussion of some of the challenges yet to be met. Right to Vote presents a sweeping overview, describing briefly the rise of dynasties and continuing with a chapter on The Dawn of Citizenship in ancient Greece. The idea of voting, of an involved citizenry, is traced through medieval Florence and the Renaissance and into the New World with the arrival of the Pilgrims. Contemporary efforts at democratizing nations are also briefly discussed. These books are attractive and accessible and would be valuable reference resources. Lee Bock, Glenbrook Elementary School, Pulaski, WI
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