[KINDLE] ❄ Practicing Citizenship ❦ Kristy Maddux – Pdfr25.co

Practicing Citizenship By , The Supreme Court Had Officially Declared Women To Be Citizens, But Most Did Not Have The Legal Right To Vote In Practicing Citizenship, Kristy Maddux Provides A Glimpse At An Unprecedented Alternative Act Of Citizenship By Women Of The Time Their Deliberative Participation In The Chicago World S Fair Of Hailing From The United States And Abroad, The Than Eight Hundred Women Speakers At The World S Fair Included Professionals, Philanthropists, Socialites, And Reformers Addressing Issues Such As Suffrage, Abolition, Temperance, Prison Reform, And Education Maddux Examines The Planning Of The Event, The Full Program Of Women Speakers, And Dozens Of Speeches Given In The Fair S Daily Congresses In Particular, She Analyzes The Ways In Which These Women Shaped The Discourse At The Fair And Modeled To The World Practices Of Democratic Citizenship, Including Deliberative Democracy, Racial Uplift, Organizing, And Economic Participation In Doing So, Maddux Shows How These Pioneering Women Claimed Sociopolitical Ground Despite Remaining DisenfranchisedThis Carefully Researched Study Makes Significant Contributions To The Studies Of Rhetoric, American Women S History, Political History, And The History Of The World S Fair Itself Most Importantly, It Sheds New Light On Women S Activism In The Late Nineteenth Century Even Amidst The Suffrage Movement, Women Innovated Practices Of Citizenship Beyond The Ballot Box

  • Hardcover
  • 256 pages
  • Practicing Citizenship
  • Kristy Maddux
  • 21 March 2017
  • 9780271083506

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