Revolutionizing expectations womens organizations feminism and american politics 1965 1980 english edition ebook melissa estes blair amazonde kindle shop. Melissa estes blairs revolutionizing expectations womens organizations feminism and american politics 1965 1980 examines the ways in which liberal womens groups in denver durham and indianapolis advanced feminism in the late twentieth century blair argues that these groups not only were critical to the creation and promotion of programs and legislation that helped women gain equality but also reflected just how widespread feminist ideas and values were at the height of the . Through her exploration of how womens organizations that were not explicitly feminist became channels for feminism blair expands our understanding of who feminists were and what feminist action looked like during the high tide of the womens movement revolutionizing expectations looks beyond feminisms intellectual leaders and uncovers a multifaceted womens movement of white african american and hispanic women from a range of political backgrounds and ages who worked together to bring . Revolutionizing expectations womens organizations feminism and american politics 1965 1980 athens university of georgia press 2014 224 pp 7495 cloth isbn 978 0 8203 3979 5 reviewed by amy higer published on h socialisms august 2015 commissioned by gary roth rutgers university newark melissa estes blairs revolutionizing expecta tions womens organizations . An increasing number of works have been published in the last decade that broaden the history of feminism in fruitful ways revising our understanding of the mo
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