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Inez [electronic resource] : The Life and Times of Inez Milholland.

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780253344182Publication details: Bloomington, IN : Indiana University Press, 2004.ISBN:
  • 9780253344182
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Inez : The Life and Times of Inez MilhollandDDC classification:
  • 324.6/23/092 B
LOC classification:
  • HQ1413.M55 L86 2004eb
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Contents:
cover; toc; List of Illustrations; Acknowledgments; Introduction: "The full, reliant, audacious way in which they go about"; 1. Childhood: "He sings to the wide world, she to her nest"; 2. London: "Hard to find a more interesting family"; 3. Vassar: "Fascinating,-but a trifle dangerous"; 4. Strike: "Our cause is your cause"; 5. Villager: "Simple but magical words new and free"; 6. Lawyer: "To discharge my own individual debt to society"; 7. Spect acle: "One of the high priestesses of the woman suffrage cause"; 8. Riot: "Every inch the herald of a great movement"
9. Love: "The most completely vital force in the world"10. Marriage: "Here's to our work-yours and mine"; 11. Crusader: "I must have a value somewhere"; 12. Italy: "The spirit of war hangs heavy"; 13. Pacifist: "I have worked well"; 14. Execution: "You are your brother's keeper"; 15. Campaign: "Women will stand by women"; 16. Martyr: "Like depriving the desert of some oasis"; 17. Icon: "How long must women wait for liberty?"; Epilogue: "Take up the song"; Notes; Bibliography; Index;
Summary: Inez Milholland was the most glamorous suffragist of the 1910s and a fearless crusader for women's rights. Moving in radical circles, she agitated for social change in the prewar years, and she epitomized the independent New Woman of the time. Her death at age 30 while stumping for suffrage in California in 1916 made her the sole martyr of the American suffrage movement. Her death helped inspire two years of militant protests by the National Woman's Party, including the picketing of the White House, which
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cover; toc; List of Illustrations; Acknowledgments; Introduction: "The full, reliant, audacious way in which they go about"; 1. Childhood: "He sings to the wide world, she to her nest"; 2. London: "Hard to find a more interesting family"; 3. Vassar: "Fascinating,-but a trifle dangerous"; 4. Strike: "Our cause is your cause"; 5. Villager: "Simple but magical words new and free"; 6. Lawyer: "To discharge my own individual debt to society"; 7. Spect acle: "One of the high priestesses of the woman suffrage cause"; 8. Riot: "Every inch the herald of a great movement"

9. Love: "The most completely vital force in the world"10. Marriage: "Here's to our work-yours and mine"; 11. Crusader: "I must have a value somewhere"; 12. Italy: "The spirit of war hangs heavy"; 13. Pacifist: "I have worked well"; 14. Execution: "You are your brother's keeper"; 15. Campaign: "Women will stand by women"; 16. Martyr: "Like depriving the desert of some oasis"; 17. Icon: "How long must women wait for liberty?"; Epilogue: "Take up the song"; Notes; Bibliography; Index;

Inez Milholland was the most glamorous suffragist of the 1910s and a fearless crusader for women's rights. Moving in radical circles, she agitated for social change in the prewar years, and she epitomized the independent New Woman of the time. Her death at age 30 while stumping for suffrage in California in 1916 made her the sole martyr of the American suffrage movement. Her death helped inspire two years of militant protests by the National Woman's Party, including the picketing of the White House, which