REMEMBER THE LADIES by Emily Taft Douglas

REMEMBER THE LADIES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Although this book has nothing in it that is new, it gathers together and presents in chronological order the American women who achieved significant breakthroughs in the barriers, both political and occupational, which have been erected around womanhood. The record goes back to colonial times and ends with Eleanor Roosevelt and serves to show that through the efforts of women the poor, the ill and the young have a better country and world to live in. These are the ladies, God bless 'em, who seldom get much textbook space.

Pub Date: Feb. 18th, 1966
Publisher: Putnam