Corpus ID: 157250269

Two Feminist Visions: Social Justice Feminism and Equal Rights, 1899-1940

  title={Two Feminist Visions: Social Justice Feminism and Equal Rights, 1899-1940},
  author={J. T. McGuire},
  journal={Pennsylvania history},
  • J. T. McGuire
  • Published 2004
  • Political Science
  • Pennsylvania history
  • n July 12, 1937, Emma Guffey Miller, the long-time Democratic party broker in Pennsylvania, wrote an urgent letter to Eleanor Roosevelt.' Miller asserted that she did not wish to "ttear] down" the Women's Division of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), but she believed that the leader of the Women's Division, Mary Williams (Molly) Dewson, did not understand the high level of discontent among party women. Miller argued that this dissatisfaction arose because many party women did not receive… CONTINUE READING
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