Reform Zionism: Twenty Years - An Educator's Perspective

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A wide range of reform movements were inspired by the religious revival's emphasis on the ability of individuals to control their lives, and were aimed at rectifying injustice. In short, the economy of social movement activism rests on women�s energies in a way that replicates gendered divisions of labor in the larger society. In 1889, Pankhurst founded the unsuccessful Women's Franchise League, but in October 1903 she founded the better-known Women's Social and Political Union (Suffragettes), an organization famous for its militancy.

Pages: 352

Publisher: Gefen Publishing House, Ltd; First Edition edition (September 1999)

ISBN: 9652292060

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