Volume 5, Number 2, Fall 1993

Table of Contents

Editors' Note

pp. 6-7
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Articles

Women's History and Music History: The Feminist Historiography of Sophie Drinker

pp. 8-31
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"For the Sake of Suffering Kansas": Lydia Maria Child, Gender, and the Politics of the 1850s

pp. 32-49
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"Neglected Sisters" of the Women's Movement: The Perception and Experience of Working Mothers in the Parisian Garment Industry, 1860-1915

pp. 50-74
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From Achievement to Happiness: Girl Scouting In Middle Tennessee, 1910s-1960s

pp. 75-94
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International Trends

Maternalism as a Paradigm

p. 95
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Maternalism as a Paradigm: Defining the Issues

pp. 96-98
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Maternalism in German Feminist Movements

pp. 99-103
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What About the Working of the Working Mother?

pp. 104-109
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Toward Defining Maternalism in U.S. History

pp. 110-113
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Maternalism and Child Welfare in Late Imperial Russia

pp. 114-125
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Maternalism in Modern Japan

pp. 126-130
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Discussion

p. 131
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Document

Housing Civil Rights Workers: The Narrative of Odette Harper Hines

pp. 132-153
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Review Essays

A Citizen's Mission: The Cause of Peace Since 1815

pp. 154-161
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Which Family Values?

pp. 162-169
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Abstracts of Books

Abstracts of Books

pp. 170-190
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Bibliography

Bibliography

pp. 191-214
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 215-217
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Notice to Contributors

Notice to Contributors

pp. 218-219
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Announcements

Announcements

pp. 220-221
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