Mormon Women in the History of Second-Wave Feminism

@article{Ulrich2010MormonWI,
  title={Mormon Women in the History of Second-Wave Feminism},
  author={Laurel Thatcher Ulrich},
  journal={Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought},
  year={2010}
}
  • L. Ulrich
  • Published 1 July 2010
  • History
  • Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought
As a historian of early America, I seldom pay much attention to the history of the twentieth century. I have often joked that, since I lived through most of it, it seems too much like autobiography. That sensation was even more pronounced in the summer of 2004 when I confronted a stack of books on the emergence of second-wave feminism. I relived my own life as I read accounts of feminist awakenings in Chapel Hill, Seattle, or Chicago and learned about the struggles of Jewish, African American… 

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