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Bibliographic Details. Title: The Mexican woman: A study of her. We guarantee the condition of every book as it's described on the Abebooks web sites. Shipping Terms: We package all our items in secure new packaging and we always ship within 48 hours.
Personal Name: Soto, Shirlene Ann. Publication, Distribution, et. Women Political activity Mexico Feminism History. Palo Alto, Calif. Download now The Mexican woman : a study of her participation in the Revolution, 1910-1940 by Shirlene Ann Soto. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.
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After participating in the fighting, plans and attempts to implement the goals of the Revolution, women were not rewarded for their efforts nor were they granted political equality as. .
After participating in the fighting, plans and attempts to implement the goals of the Revolution, women were not rewarded for their efforts nor were they granted political equality as promised by revolutionary ideology. A few received pensions and commissions with rank, but most lived in poverty and died in obscurity. The Revolution positively affected the women's rights movement because it provided women an opportunity to prove their capabilities. Recommended Citation. Soto, Shirlene Ann. "The Mexican Woman: A Study of Her Participation in the Revolution, 1910-1940.
Emergence of the Modern Mexican Woman, 1910-1940 : Her Participation in Revolution and Struggle for Equality.
The Emergence of the Modern Mexican Woman is the first book in English on women's participation in the Mexican Revolution (1910-1940) and the Mexican women's rights. Emergence of the Modern Mexican Woman, 1910-1940 : Her Participation in Revolution and Struggle for Equality.
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Soto, Shirlene A. The Mexican Woman: A Study Of Her Participation in the Revolution, 1910-1940, The University of New Mexico . Emergence of the Modern Mexican Woman. a b c d e Macías, Anna.
a b c Cecilia, Rodríguez de Romo Ana, et al. Protagonistas de la medicina científica mexicana, 1800-2006. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Facultad de Medicina, 2008. a b c d e Soto, Shirlene. Against all odds: the feminist movement in Mexico to 1940.