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Margaret Finnegan

Author of Selling Suffrage

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Margaret Finnegan's work has been published in the American Quarterly, FamilyFun, Los Angeles Times, Salon and other publications. She's the author of the acclaimed book Selling Suffrage: Consumer Culture and Votes for Women (1999). She is also a featured commentator on the DVD collection Treasures lll: Social Issues in American Film, which was chosen as one of TIME magazine's top ten DVD picks of 2007. She currently teaches composition at California State University in Los Angeles.
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