Book Discussion , Matthews Chapters 6-7

Oct 21st, 2015
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Book Discussion , Matthews Chapters 6-7

Book Discussion Instructions:
Required book:
Module 2.  Jean V. Matthews, The Rise of the New Woman:  The Women's Movement, 1875-1930 (Chicago:
Ivan R. Dee, Publ., 2003), ISBN:  1-56663-501-2

Each book discussion will be 150-160 words, using correct grammar and spelling.

Make sure to use specific examples, and provide proper citation.

Limit the use of quoted material to one per post.  I am more interested in what you are able to get from the reading.  Do not use quotes of more than two lines.

Make sure that you identify the author of the book, and cite the relevant page number for quoted, paraphrased, and summarized details used.

Please answer the following questions:

According to Jean Matthews, why does a broad-based movement on feminist issues fail to materialize after the vote was won?  What do you think are the major reasons for the failure?


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