More Than “Rations, Passions, and Fashions”: Re-Examining the Women's Pages in the Milwaukee Journal

@article{Voss2016MoreT,
  title={More Than “Rations, Passions, and Fashions”: Re-Examining the Women's Pages in the Milwaukee Journal},
  author={K. Voss and Lance Speere},
  journal={American Journalism},
  year={2016},
  volume={33},
  pages={242 - 264}
}
The Milwaukee Journal is an example of a Midwestern metropolitan newspaper that featured an unnoticed but progressive women's section in the 1950s and 1960s produced by a group of women who were doing more than giving superficial treatment to food, family, fashion, and furnishings, derisively known as the Four F's. They were focused on a fifth F—feminism—quietly laying the foundation for the women's liberation movement years before marches and demonstrations drew widespread media attention to… Expand
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