Revolutionizing expectations is a study of local feminist activism embedded within a broader exploration of the role of womens organizations in politics p 5 blairs analysis creates comparisons across time and geography often contrasting durham indianapolis and denver against one another. Revolutionizing expectations womens organizations feminism and american politics 1965 1980 in a movement that fundamentally altered the countrys ideas about how women could and should contribute to american societyrevolutionizing expectationstells the story of some of those women many of whom took part in the movement in unexpected . In revolutionizing expectations end page 217 womens organizations feminism and american politics 1965 1980 melissa estes blair adds welcome texture to these efforts with great attention to detail blair excavates the pre feminist work of womens organizations that shaped the prospects for more explicit feminist . Revolutionizing expectations looks beyond feminisms intellectual leaders and uncovers a multifaceted womens movement of white african american and hispanic women from a range of political backgrounds and ages who worked together to bring about tremendous changes in their own lives and the lives of generations of women who followed them. Subsequent chapters focus on individual cities and the ways local branches of the ywca the league of women voters the national council of negro women and oth
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