Strained Sisterhood: Gender and Class in the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society

Strained Sisterhood: Gender and Class in the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society

Strained Sisterhood: Gender and Class in the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society

Strained Sisterhood: Gender and Class in the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society

Synopsis

Explores the origins of the feminist equality-versus-difference debate by examining the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society, which disbanded in 1840 over this very issue. Hansen concludes that many of the issues that estranged abolitionists in antebellum Boston continue to divide women today.
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