Shirley Chiisholm's Patriarchy: Race, Revolution And Women

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Chisholm, Shirley. "Race, Revolution and Women." The Black Scholar 42.2 (2012): 31-35. Academic Search Complete. Web. 19 May 2016. This source is written by the inspirational Shirley Chisholm who was the first woman to be nominated for presidential and was elected to the congress. She illustrates that women cannot just complain about their inequality, but act upon it. This source is appropriate to use in this essay because it illustrates that women work just as hard as men especially during the time of World War II. She does admire that the men fought for this country but would also like to see women be acknowledge for their hard work to maintain a family. Evans, Sara M. "Sons, Daughters, and Patriarchy: Gender And The 1968 Generation." American Historical Review 114.2 (2009): 331-347. Academic Search Complete. Web. 19 May 2016. This source was written by a woman who showed the struggles of feminism throughout the years. She also showed that in these feminism woman movements, men, mostly in higher education, also participate in the movement. This source is appropriate to…show more content…
“A Doll House.” Literature: A Portable Anthology. Ed. Janet E. Gardner, Beverly Lawn, Jack Ridl, and Peter Schakel. Third edition. New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2013. 850-908. Print. This source provided the unique perspective of what was thought to be the perfect household, with a man who worked and a wife who cooked and cleaned. However, it also showed how a woman could also do what a man can do, and in some cases they could do it even better. This work is appropriate to use in this essay because it shows how men talked down to their wives as if they were children. This work shows the gradual progression of woman equality and how a woman is able to make her own decisions without her husband’s input. Thornton, Margaret. "Feminism And The Changing State: The Case Of Sex Discrimination." Australian Feminist Studies 21.50 (2006): 151-172. Academic Search Complete. Web. 19 May

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