By Annelise Orleck
Good judgment and a bit fireplace# lines the non-public and public lives of 4 immigrant girls activists who left a long-lasting imprint on American politics. notwithstanding they've got hardly had greater than cameo appearances in past histories, Rose Schneiderman, Fannia Cohn, Clara Lemlich Shavelson, and Pauline Newman performed very important roles within the emergence of equipped hard work, the recent Deal welfare kingdom, grownup schooling, and the fashionable women's flow
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Lauren Lewis, my meticulous research assistant, was indispensable to me in the last stages of preparing this manuscript. Thanks for being so good at all the detail work that I find so daunting. I also want to express my appreciation to Barbara Hanrahan, editor in chief of the University of North Carolina Press, for her diligence and friendly guidance, and to Christi Stanforth, project editor. Her consummate professionalism and good sense of humor made her a pleasure to work with. Finally, I owe two deeply personal debts.
I did my share," she snapped in a 1984 interview. " And she would say no more about herself. But she spoke warmly and endlessly about her friends, the women who walked with her on picket lines, lobbied with her in state legislatures, and strategized around the poker table. 7 Page 9 Such friendships were key to these activists' vision of social change. They looked toward a world in which social as well as political and economic relations would be transformed so that even a lowly garment worker attached to a sewing machine from dawn until dark could gain education and culture, express herself creatively, and form meaningful relationships with friends, colleagues, and lovers.
Organizing unions, strikingtheir class and sex have rendered them invisible to journalists and political historians. One goal of this book is simply to make these women's activism visible, to challenge the myth that poor women are capable of spontaneous protest but not of sophisticated or sustained political work. The careers of Newman, Schneiderman, Lemlich, and Cohn force a rethinking of that stereotype. S. history: the emergence of an immigrant labor movement; women's cross-class political alliances and their role in shaping reform politics; the women's suffrage movement; the crystallization and evolution of the welfare state; the bureaucratization of labor unions; the rise and fall of the Communist Party; the rise of tenant and consumer organizing; and the impact of McCarthyism on women's political activism.
Common Sense & A Little Fire: Women and Working-Class Politics in the United States 1900-1965 (Gender and American Culture) by Annelise Orleck
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