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The Politics of Women's Work
The Politics of Women's Work
Author: Judith G. Coffin, Princeton University Press, Princeton Univ Pr
Few issues attracted more attention in the nineteenth century than the "problem" of women's work, and few industries posed that problem more urgently than the booming garment industry in Paris. The seamstress represented the quintessential "working girl," and the sewing machine the icon of "modern" femininity. The intense speculation and worry t...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780691034478
ISBN-10: 0691034478
Publication Date: 5/13/1996
Pages: 240
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Publisher: Princeton University Press
Book Type: Hardcover
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