A comprehensive encyclopedia tracing the history of the women's rights movement in the United States from the American Revolution to the present day.
* Offers informed, critical insights and perspectives from editor Tiffany K. Wayne; advising editor Lois Banner, noted author, professor, historian, and feminist; and expert contributors
* Comprises more than 800 entries in four volumes on the people, organizations, events, legislation, and primary documents impacting gender relations in the United States
* Supplies valuable content for librarians' events and programming for Women's History Month each March
* Provides listings of U.S. court cases regarding women's rights chronologically organized by major time periods
* Aligns with high school and college curricula in offering the experiences of American women
* Includes coverage of current and ongoing issues related to women's civil and political equality in the 21st century
Tiffany K. Wayne, PhD, is author of ABC-CLIO's American Women of Science since 1900 and Greenwood's Women's Roles in Nineteenth-Century America. Lois Banner, PhD, is history professor at the University of Southern California and an American feminist author.