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Women of Valor: The Struggle Against the Great Depression as Told in Their Own Life Stories
Women of Valor: The Struggle Against the Great Depression as Told in Their Own Life Stories
 
Our Price: $27.00
Year: 1990
Pages: 312
Binding Hardcover
ISBN 929587340

Product Code: 788190709

Description
 
Bernard Sternsher & Judith Sealander (ed). A collection of pieces of autobiography from 16 women who made a difference during the great Depression. Includes: Mary Simkhovitch & Lillian Wald, influential settlement leaders; Eleanor Roosevelt; Dorothy Day & Margaret Bourke-White, journalists who championed the poor; Frances Perkins, Mary Anderson, Louise Armstrong, & Hallie Flanagan, helped forge New Deal programs; Anzia Yezierska & Ellen Tarry, writers who found ways to survive; & Vera Weisbord, Ella Reeve Bloork, Meridel Le Sueur, Lucy Mason, & Mary Heaton Vorse, active in labor & political struggles. Rekindles interest in the Depression decade as a rich period in 20th century womenís history.

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