The Politics of Women's Rights: Parties, Positions, and Change

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2.1.Percent Women's Rights Paragraphs, Democratic and Republican Party Platforms, 1952–1992.68
2.2.Percent Pro–Women's Rights Paragraphs, Democratic and Republican Party Platforms, 1952–1992.69
2.3.Women's Rights Priority Index, Democratic and Republican Party Platforms, 1952–1992.70
3.1.Number of Women's Rights Bills Introduced, by Category, House, 1953–1992.82
3.2.Number of Women's Rights Bills Introduced, by Category, Senate, 1953–1992.83
3.3.Number of Women's Rights Bill Cosponsorships, by Category, House, 1953–1992.84
3.4.Number of Women's Rights Bill Cosponsorships, by Category, Senate, 1953–1992.85
3.5.Total Number of Representatives Cosponsoring Any Women's Rights Bills, by Category, 1953–1992.86
3.6.Total Number of Senators Cosponsoring Any Women's Rights Bills, by Category, 1953–1992.87
3.7.Interparty Difference in Cosponsorship of Any Pro–Women's Rights Bills, House, 1953–1992.88
3.8.Interparty Difference in Cosponsorship of Any Pro–Women's Rights Bills, Senate, 1953–1992.89
3.9.Interparty Difference in Average Number of Pro–Women's Rights Cosponsorships, House, 1953–1992.94
3.10.Interparty Difference in Average Number of Pro–Women's Rights Cosponsorships, Senate, 1953–1992.95
3.11.Interparty Difference in Cosponsorship of Any Anti–Women's Rights Bills, House, 1953–1992.96
3.12.Interparty Difference in Cosponsorship of Any Anti–Women's Rights Bills, Senate, 1953–1992.97
3.13.Interparty Difference in Women's Rights Roll Calls, House, 1953–1988.101
3.14.Interparty Difference in Women's Rights Roll Calls, Senate, 1953–1988.102
3.15.Interparty Difference in Non-Abortion Women's Rights Roll Calls, House, 1953–1988.103
3.16.Interparty Difference in Non-Abortion Women's Rights Roll Calls, Senate, 1953–1988.104

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Tables xi
  • Acronyms xiii
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Chapter One - Women's Rights and the American Parties 3
  • Chapter Two - Of Presidents and Platforms 23
  • Chapter Three - Women's Rights in the House and Senate 73
  • Chapter Four - Explaining Party Issue Realignment 108
  • Chapter Five - Equilibrium Disruption and Issue Redefinition 134
  • Chapter Six - Shifting Coalitions and Changing Elites 181
  • Chapter Seven - The Politics of Women's Rights 226
  • Appendix 239
  • References 243
  • Index 259
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