Encyclopedia of Women and American Politics
Covers the people, events, and terms involved in the history of women and politics and provides a biography for every woman who has served in the U.S. House of Representatives, the Senate, and the Supreme Court.
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4 Women in the US House of Representatives 19172007
5 Women in the US Senate 19222007
6 Women in Statewide Elective Executive Office 19692007
7 Percentage of Women in State Legislatures 19712007
9 Womens Representation in National Legislatures around the World
1 Address to the First Womens Rights Convention
2 Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions
1 Firsts for Women in US Politics
2 Women in the US Congress 19172009
3 Women of Color in the US Congress 19652009
3 Aint I a Woman?
4 Address to the National Womans Loyal League
5 Speech after Being Convicted of Voting in the 1872 Presidential Election
6 What It Means to Be Colored in the Capital of the United States
7 The Fundamental Principle of a Republic
8 The Crisis
9 Address to the United States Congress
12 Declaration of Conscience
13 The National Organization for Womens 1966 Statement of Purpose
14 Equal Rights For Women
15 Text of the Proposed Equal Rights Amendment
Who Then Will Speak for the Common Good?
18 Address Accepting the Nomination for Vice President
19 Keynote Address to the 1988 Democratic National Convention
20 Commencement Address at Wellesley College
21 Womens Rights Are Human Rights
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