Notes

CHAPTER 1
1.
María Elena Manzanera del Campo, La igualdad de derechos políticos ( México, D.F., 1953), p. 143.
2.
Daniel Cosío Villegas, Historia moderna de Màxico. El porfiriato ( México, D.F., 1957), pp. 370, 414-415.
3.
Ernest Gruening, Mexico and Its Heritage ( New York, 1928), pp. 628-629.
4.
Venustiano Carranza, Adiciones al Plan de Guadalupe y decretos dictados conforme a las mismas (Vera Cruz, 1915), pp. 1-13; J. Lloyd Mecham, Church and State in Latin America ( Chapel Hill, N.C., 1934), p. 465.
5.
Artemisa Sáenz Royo, Historia político-social cultural del movimiento femenino en México, 1914-1950 ( México, D.F., 1954), p. 48.
6.
Ibid., pp. 49-51, 88-89; Pan American Union Bulletin, XLII ( Jan., 1916), 147-148.

CHAPTER 2
1.
Diario oficial, érgano del gobierno provisional de la República Mexicana, Sept. 22, 1916; Ward M. Morton, "The Mexican Constitutional Congress of 1916-1917," Southwestern Social Science Quarterly, XXXIII, i ( June, 1953), 7-27.
2.
Artemisa Sáenz Royo, Historia político-social cultural del movimiento femenino en México, 1914-1950, pp. 51-52.
3.
Félix F. Palavicini, Historia de la constitución de 1917, I ( México, D.F., 1939), 172-173.
4.
Diario de los debates del Congreso constituyente de 1916-1917, II (México, D.F., 1917), 710.
5.
Ibid., II, 711-712; Palavicini, op. cit., II, 98.
6.
Diario de debates del Congreso constituyente, II, 712-847.
7.
Ibid.; Juan de Dios Bojórquez, Crónica del constituyente ( México, D.F., 1938); Luis Melgarejo Randolf and J. Fernández Rojas, Reseña histórica del Congresso constituyente de 1916 y 1917 ( México, D.F., 1917); Palavicini, op. cit.
8.
The living members of the Constitutional Congress later formed the "Association of the Constitution-makers of 1916-1917" and devoted some of their meetings to arguments about the framing of the Constitution and their real intentions during its drafting.
9.
Ley de relaciones familiares, April 12, 1917; Lillian Estelle Fisher, "Influence of the Present Mexican Revolution upon the Status of Mexican Women." Hispanic American Historical Review, XXII ( Feb., 1942), 212-213.
10.
Ley electoral de poderes federales, June 1, 1918 (republished in pamphlet form, México, D.F., 1932), pp. 16-17.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Chapter 1 - WOMEN OF THE WORLD, ARISE! 1
  • Chapter 2 - WHO SPEAKS FOR THE WOMEN OF MEXICO? 5
  • Chapter 3 - CÁRDENAS, CHAMPION OF WOMEN'S RIGHTS 16
  • Chapter 4 - THE BEST LAID PLANS . . . 39
  • Chapter 5 - FIRST FEMININE VICTORY 50
  • Chapter 6 - POLITICALLY EQUAL 61
  • Chapter 7 - FEMININE POLITICS IN PRACTICE 85
  • Chapter 8 - THE LADY AND THE BALLOT 115
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