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Women in 1900: Gateway to the Political Economy of the 20th Century (Women In The Political Economy) Paperback – February 1, 2001

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Editorial Reviews


"...mak[ing] an important contribution to our historical understanding of women's pursuits and the ways their employment was shaped by ethnicity and race, class, family composition, regional location, and work opportunities. It will be a useful addition to courses aimed at upper-division undergraduates, in graduate seminars, and for specialists."
Work and Occupations

"Bose's book provides a much-needed opportunity to explore [assumptions about women's work] and to broaden our conceptual framework for examining them.... I thoroughly enjoyed and learned from Bose's analysis and her writing, and I am certain that my students will as well."
Gender and Society

"Bose's detailed findings deserve the attention of scholars of women's situation, and hopefully will lead to further comparisons with contemporary analyses..."
Journal of Social History

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An exploration of women's place in the U.S. political economy. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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