Women and American Foreign Policy: Lobbyists, Critics, and Insiders; edited by Edward P. Crapol. Edward P. Crapol.

Women and American Foreign Policy: Lobbyists, Critics, and Insiders; edited by Edward P. Crapol

Wilmington, DE: SR Books, 1992. Paperback. Second Edition. xv, [1], 200 p.; 23 cm. Paperback with illustrated cover. Part of the series America in the Modern World. Contents: Lydia Maria Child: Abolitionist Critic of American Foreign Policy by Edward P. Crapol -- "Plenipotentiary in Petticoats:" Jane M. Cazneau and American Foreign Policy in the Mid-Nineteenth Century by Robert E. May -- Duty with Delicacy: Anna Ella Carroll of Maryland by Janet L. Coryell -- Lucia True Ames Mead: American Publicist for Peace and Internationalism by John M. Craig -- Eleanor Roosevelt and Human Rights: The Battle for Peace and Planetary Decency by Blanche Wiesen Cook -- Joining the Boys' Club: The Diplomatic Career of Eleanor Lansing Dulles by Lynne K. Dunn -- Speaking Out, Selling Out, Working Out: The Changing Politics of Jane Fonda by Jeanne Zeidler -- Barely in the Inner Circle: Jeane Kirkpatrick by Judith Ewell -- Conclusion: Of Mice and Men by Joan Hoff-Wilson. In Near Fine Condition: lower edge of front cover slightly creased; clean and tight. Near Fine. Item #007532
ISBN: 0842024301

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