Days of Discontent: American Women and Right-Wing Politics, 1933-1945
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Days of Discontent: American Women and Right-Wing Politics, 1933-1945

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Holding fast to traditional values in the face of unprecedented economic hardship, nearly a million American women joined right-wing organizations during the Great Depression and World War II. Days of Discontent provides a new perspective for understanding why the far right appealed to these women, whose political self-awareness grew with the tumultuous times.

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Hardcover, 240 pages
Published March 1st 2002 by Northern Illinois University Press
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Betsy McGee
Well, the title really says it all, but it is interesting to read and reflect on politics and social discontent during both the Great Depression and the current economic recession.
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