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Failure is impossible! : the history of American women's rights (People's history)

by Kendall, Martha E., 1947-

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Traces women's struggle for rights in America from the colonial period to the 1990s. Full description

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Series: People's history

  • Uncle Sam wants you!: military men and women of World War II
  • Just what the doctor ordered: the history of American medicine
  • Dressed for the occasion: what Americans wore 1620-1970
  • Accept no substitutes!: the history of American advertising
  • Don't whistle in school: the history of America's public schools
  • Failure is impossible!: the history of American women's rights
  • Thar she blows: American whaling in the nineteenth century
  • What's cooking?: the history of American food
  • Headin' for better times: the arts of the great depression
  • Good women of a well-blessed land: women's lives in colonial America
  • We shall overcome: the history of the American civil rights movement
  • Into the land of freedom: African Americans in Reconstruction
  • Declaring independence: life during the American Revolution
  • The fight for peace: a history of antiwar movements in America
  • Fleeing to freedom on the Underground Railroad: the courageous slaves, agents, and conductors
  • Journalists at risk: reporting America's wars
  • The race for space: the United States and the Soviet Union compete for the new frontier
  • Comic book century: the history of American comic books
  • Rest in peace: a history of American cemeteries
  • Sweat and blood: a history of U.S. labor unions
  • Locked up: a history of the U.S. prison system
  • From jazz babies to generation next: the history of the American teenager
  • Presidential races: campaigning for the White House
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