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Two paths to equality : Alice Paul and Ethel M. Smith in the ERA debate,… (edition 2002)

by Amy E. Butler

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A comprehensive look at the ERA debates of the 1920s.
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Title:Two paths to equality : Alice Paul and Ethel M. Smith in the ERA debate, 1921-1929
Authors:Amy E. Butler
Info:Albany : State University of New York Press, c2002.
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Two Paths to Equality: Alice Paul and Ethel M. Smith in the Era Debate, 1921-1929 by Amy E. Butler

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