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Author D'Itri, Patricia Ward.

Title Cross currents in the international women's movement, 1848-1948 / Patricia Ward D'Itri
Published Bowling Green, OH : Bowling Green State University Popular Press, [1999]


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Description xii, 267 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents Pt. I. Goals and Limitations, Theoretical Framework. 1. The Early Phase. 2. Harriet and John Stuart Mill: A World Influence. 3. Josephine Butler and the Contagious Diseases Acts -- Pt. II. International Women's Organizations. 4. Frances Willard and the Women's Christian Temperance Union. 5. Mary Clement Leavitt and the World WCTU. 6. Later Developments in the WWCTU. 7. The International Council of Women. 8. From May Wright Sewall to Ishbel Aberdeen: The World's Congress of Representative Women. 9. The Later ICW: Toward the League of Nations. 10. Carrie Chapman Catt and the International Woman Suffrage Alliance. 11. Catt's World Tour. 12. The IWSA: World Expansion. 13. Margery Corbett Ashby and the IWSA through World War II. 14. The Peace Movement before WILPF. 15. Jane Addams: The 1915 Peace Conference and After -- Pt. III. Between the Wars. 16. Peace and the League of Nations. 17. Alice Paul and the Battle over Protective Legislation
18. Mary Ritter Beard: Scholarship and a Link with Japan. 19. Fusae Ichikawa and the Japanese Woman Suffrage Movement -- Pt. IV. Global Advances and the United Nations. 20. The International Women's Suffrage Movement, 1944-1948. 21. The Road to the United Nations. 22. Conclusion: Lowering the Barriers to Awareness
Summary "This study portrays individuals, organizations, and events that contributed to the development of the world movement for women's rights between 1848 and 1948."--BOOK JACKET
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 237-247) and index
Subject Feminism -- International cooperation -- History.
Women -- Societies and clubs -- History.
Women's rights -- International cooperation -- History.
LC no. 98040947
ISBN 0879727810 (clothbound)
0879727829 (paperback)