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The Origins of Modern Feminism
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List of Plates General Editor's Preface Acknowledgements Introduction PART 1: THE ENLIGHTENMENT AND THE NATURE OF WOMEN PART 2: FEMINISM AND REPUBLICANISM: 'REPUBLICAN MOTHERHOOD' Republican Possibilities Conservative Reaction PART 3: EVANGELICALISM AND THE POWER OF WOMEN Evangelical Themes Revivalism and the Organisation of Women Millenarianism PART 4: EDUCATING HEARTS AND MINDS The Case for 'Maternal Education' The Training of Teachers The Education of the Majority PART 5: WORK AND ORGANISATION Women's Work in the Early Nineteenth Century: Changes and Continuities Women Workers and Organisation The New Industrial Society: Factory Labour and Domestic Service New Demands and New Jobs PART 6: DOMESTIC QUESTIONS Domestic Myths and Domestic Realities Women and Community Protest Middle-Class Domesticity and its Boundaries Challenges to Domesticity: Individual and Collective PART 7: POLITICS, PHILANTHROPY AND THE PUBLIC SPHERE Crowds, adicalism and Revolution Political Issues: Class, Slavery and Race Moral Reform and Philanthropy PART 8: THE FEMINIST CASE Three Writers Feminist Practice: Defeat and Difficulties in France The United States: Feminism and the Current Reform Great Britain: Feminist Politics and the Politics of Class Conclusion Abbreviations Notes and References Notes to Plates Bibliography Index.

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JANE RENDALL is Lecturer in History at the University of York.

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