Defining and discussing women's rights
"Women and girls make up half the world's population but are still often not treated equally to men and boys. This book takes a look at the gender gap. It surveys the historical roles of women in the United States from colonial times through modern movements for women's rights and analyzes U.S. laws and court decisions on gender equality. It frames the issues and arguments in the ongoing discussions about women's rights in the United States and worldwide."--Back cover.
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|Wood Library Association - Canandaigua||j302 MIH (Text)