Jean Quataert. Reluctant Feminists in German Social Democracy, 1885-1917.

Biblioteca / 1970-1979

Jean Quataert. Reluctant Feminists in German Social Democracy, 1885-1917.

Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1979.

300 páginas.

CONTENTS

PREFACE

PART A

INTRODUCTION

I – Feminist Awakening

II – “Work Horse, Baby Machine, Cultural Drudge”

PART B

SOCIALIST FEMINISM IN GERMAN SOCIAL DEMOCRACY: PERSONALITIES AND PERSPECTIVES

III – Eight Socialist Feminists: Diversity within Unity

IV – The New Woman: A Socialist Vision

V – Class versus Sex Identity: Clara Zetkin and Lily Braun

PART C

FEMINIST TACTICS IN GERMAN SOCIAL DEMOCRACY

VI – Party Politics: Institutional Autonomy and Division of Labor

VII – Party and Unions: Compatible and Conflicting Loyalties

VIII – The Unsolved Problem of Women’s Socialist Education

PART D

THE END OF AN ERA

IX – Wartime Divisions: From Socialist to Social Feminism

X – Conclusion

APPENDIX

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