Although The Most Visible Banners Of Feminism Were Carried By Educated, White Collar, Professional Women, Working Class Women Were Themselves A Powerful Force In The Campaign For Gender Equality Rights, Not Roses Explores How Unionized Wage Earning Women Led The Struggle To Place Women S Employment Rights On The National Agenda, Decisively Influencing The Contemporary Labor Movement And Second Wave FeminismDrawing On Union Records, Oral Histories, And Legislative Hearings, Dennis A Deslippe Unravels A Complex History Of How Labor Leaders Accommodated And Resisted Working Women S Demands For Change Through Case Studies Of Unions Representing Packinghouse And Electrical Workers, Deslippe Explains Why Gender Equality Emerged As An Issue In The S And How The Activities Of Wage Earning Women In And Outside Of Their Unions Shaped The Content Of The Debate He Also Traces The Faultlines Between Working Class Women, Who Sought Gender Equality Within The Parameters Of Unionist Principles Such As Seniority, And Middle Class Women, Who Sought An Equal Rights Amendment That Would Guarantee An Abstract Equality For All WomenA Thoughtful And Thorough Study Of Working Class Feminism, Rights, Not Roses Raises Important Questions About The Meaning Of Equality For Working Women, The Connections Of Women To Their Unions, The Gendered Nature Of Equal Rights, And
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- 280 pages
- Rights, Not Roses
- Dennis A. Deslippe
- 24 May 2017 Dennis A. Deslippe