By Vera Mackie
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print Publication Year:1997
Online Publication Date:January 2011
Subjects: Twentieth century regional history
This book tells the inspiring story of a group of women who challenged the expectations of their society in their writings and in their actions. Vera Mackie surveys the development of socialist women's activism in Japan from the 1900s to the 1930s, in the broader context of the industrial and political development of modern Japan. She outlines the major socialist womens' organizations and their debates with their liberal and anarchist sisters. The book also offers close analyses of the political and creative writings of socialist women.
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