Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 380-416) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
The historical case for feminists PART I: BEFORE FEMINISM: Gender and power PART II: THE HISTORICAL EMERGENCE OF FEMINISMS: Women's rights, women's work, and women's sphere Race and the politics of identity in U.S. feminism The global stage and the politics of location PART III: Never done: women's domestic labor Industrialization, wage labor, and the economic gender gap Workers and mothers: feminist social policies PART IV: Medicine, markets, and the female body Reproduction: the politics of choice Sexualities, identities and self-determination Gender and violence PART V: FEMINIST VISIONS AND STRATEGIES: New words and images: women's creativity as feminist practice No turning back: women and politics.