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Gender and the Personal Shaping of Public Administration in the United States: Mary Anderson and the Women's Bureau, 1920–1930
Scholars of public administration in the United States traditionally view the 1920s as a decade when the administrative orthodoxy, emphasizing efficiency and organizational structure, dominated theExpand
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Plasma Alpha‐Tocopherol, Retinol, Cholesterol, and Mineral Concentrations in Captive Gorillas
Vitamins A, E, cholesterol, and mineral (calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, selenium, sodium, and zinc) concentrations were examined in the plasma of 74 captive lowland gorillas agedExpand
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Effect of gamma irradiation on alpha-tocopherol levels in ruminant blood samples.
Quantification of circulating levels of vitamin E in free-ranging species can provide useful guidelines for evaluating nutrient status in captive exotic animals. Under current USDA regulations,Expand
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"The Most Unjust Piece of Legislation": Section 213 of the Economy Act of 1932 and Feminism During the New Deal
In February 1936, a former federal government worker named Gussie E. Howell penned a letter to Grace Brewer, director of the Governmental Workers' Council ( gwc ) of the National Woman's Party ( nwpExpand
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The Boundaries of Democratic Reform: Social Justice Feminism and Race in the South, 1931-1939
REFORMS OFTEN BECOME SHAPED NOT ONLY BY SOCIETAL CONSTRAINTS but also by personal predispositions. Over the past thirty years, scholars have written a great deal on the growth of white women'sExpand
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‘Give us peace’: Gladys Avery Tillett and the search for women's political activism in the United States, 1945–1950
ABSTRACT As previously demonstrated by scholars, the social justice feminism movement in the United States accomplished its two central goals by the time of that nation's official involvement inExpand
From Socialism to Social Justice Feminism: Rose Schneiderman and the Quest for Urban Equity, 1911-1933
This article argues that in her long career of political and labor activism, Rose Schneiderman (1882-1972) embarked on a quest for urban equity that took her from the tenets of socialism, whichExpand