Women Champions of Human Rights: Eleven U.S. Leaders of the Twentieth Century

Women Champions of Human Rights: Eleven U.S. Leaders of the Twentieth Century

By: Moira Davison Reynolds (author)Paperback

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Intended for the general reader with an interest in American History, this book profiles eleven women who made enduring contributions to society: Jane Addams, Fannie Farmer, Lillian Wald, Mary McLeod Bethune, Juliette Low, Margaret Sanger, Carrie Chapman Catt, Margaret Mitchell, Margaret Bourke-White, Rachel Carson and Betty Friedan. Intertwined with their lives are the issues of immigration, health care, reproductive rights, the environment and women's rights.

About Author

The late Moira Davison Reynolds, a retired biochemist, wrote about women who made significant contributions to United States culture, including several books about activists, artists, authors and scientists. She lived in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780786476138
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 167
  • ID: 9780786476138
  • ISBN10: 0786476133

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