Women Called to Witness: Evangelical Feminism in the Nineteenth Century
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Women Called to Witness: Evangelical Feminism in the Nineteenth Century

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"This briskly written study is packed with useful information on the history of nineteenth-century social reform in general, and the role of evangelical men and women in the formation of an articulate women's movement in particular."--Grant Wacker, The Christian Century (on the first edition)
In Women Called to Witness, Nancy A. Hardesty locates the roots of American femin...more
Paperback, 207 pages
Published August 16th 1999 by University of Tennessee Press (first published April 1984)
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