1. Editor's Note
  2. Leila J. Rupp
  3. pp. 6-7
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  1. Jane Grey Swisshelm, Elizabeth Keckley, and the Significance of Race Consciousness in American Women's History
  2. Sylvia D. Hoffert
  3. pp. 8-33
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  1. A Radical Women's Rights and Peace Activist: Margarethe Lenore Selenka, Initiator of the First Worldwide Women's Peace Demonstration in 1899
  2. Ute Katzel
  3. pp. 46-69
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  1. Helene Stocker's Pacifism in the Weimar Republic: Between Ideal and Reality
  2. Regina Braker
  3. pp. 70-97
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  1. Klara Marie Fassbinder (1890-1974) and Women's Peace Activities in the 1950s and 1960s
  2. Gisela Notz, Rebecca van Dyck
  3. pp. 98-123
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  1. Imagining the Family in U.S. Postwar Popular Culture: The Case of The Egg and I and Cheaper by the Dozen
  2. Jane F. Levey
  3. pp. 125-150
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  1. Ambivalent Dreams: Women and the Home after World War II
  2. Elaine Tyler May
  3. pp. 151-152
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  1. Reading the 1920s in the 1940s
  2. Judith E. Smith
  3. pp. 153-155
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  1. Imagining the Possibilities: Jane Levey's "Rainbow at Midnight"
  2. William Graebner
  3. pp. 156-157
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  1. Scratching the Surface: Critique and Ambiguity in Postwar Popular Culture
  2. Wendy Kozol
  3. pp. 158-159
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  1. If Not Ward Cleaver, Then Who?
  2. Robert L. Griswold
  3. pp. 160-163
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  1. Models for Modernity
  2. Sonya Michel
  3. pp. 164-165
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  1. Ma and Pa Kettle Go to the AHA
  2. Robert B. Westbrook
  3. pp. 166-168
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  1. 'Not a Man's Union': Women Teamsters in the United States during the 1940s and 1950s
  2. Leah F. Vosko, David Scott Witwer
  3. pp. 169-192
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  1. Women in the 1848-1849 Hungarian Revolution
  2. Robert Nemes
  3. pp. 193-207
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  1. Feminist Webs, Feminist Magma: New Histories of Women's Activism
  2. Bonnie G. Smith
  3. pp. 208-213
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  1. Sex and Science--The Return of the Repressed
  2. Sharon R. Ullman
  3. pp. 214-223
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  1. Writing and Rewriting Women of Color
  2. Evelyn Hu-DeHart
  3. pp. 224-233
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  1. Pacifist Thought and Gender Ideology in the Political Biographies of Women Peace Activists in Germany, 1899-1970: Introduction
  2. Jennifer Anne Davy
  3. pp. 34-45
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  1. Reimagining the Family: Introduction
  2. Nancy F. Cott, Jill Lepore
  3. p. 124
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 234-236
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