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Impact Or Were Elected At The Time or were elected at the time Eleanor Roosevel. YAnderson's innovation in this book is to change the dominant uestion asked about American women's suffrage This book offers a much needed corrective to the conventional conception that the enfranchisement of women had no significant effect on American society Inderjeet Parmar Political StudiesAnderson's book is an excellent treatment and a sterling example of the value of using multiple research methods also steeped within a deep understanding of context culture and historic trends to explain something as complicated and nuanced as the impact of women's votes after suffrage Laura R Woliver Journal of Politics.
politicsThis fresh nuanced analysis of women voters activists candidates and officeholders will interest scholars in political science and women's studiesInfresh nuanced analysis of women voters activists candidates and officeholders will interest Scholars In Political Science And in political science and studiesIn rich and engaging book Kristi Anderson presents a convincing argument that woman suffrage deserves greater scrutiny as a social cultural and political force in the development of American electoral and party politics Jane Junn Political Science uarterl. Although this book was little
DRY IT WAS AN EXCELLENT SOURCEit was an excellent source what happened in the decade or so after women got the vote during suffrage in. Debunking conventional wisdom that women had little impact on politics after gaining the vote Kristi Andersen gives a compelling account of both the accomplishments and disappointments experienced by women in the decade after suffrage This revisionist history traces how despite male resistance to women's progress the entrance of women and of their concerns into the public sphere how despite male resistance to women's progress the entrance of women and of their concerns into the public sphere both the political system and women themselvesAndersen shows how women's participation was based on a conception of women's citizenship as indirect and disinterested Gaining the right to vote campaign and run for office tra.