Rights and Issues of Sex
Compose a reflection of at least 400 words in which you explain what answer you believe Zinn, Stanton, Fern, Woolf, Barnett and Rivers, and Sommers would give to the following question:
Should the military have lifted its ban on women in combat or not?
In your essay, convey the answer that you feel each selected author would be most likely to give to the question based on what the author has to say in his or her reading. The author does not explicitly aIDress the question being asked; you will, therefore, have to understand each author well enough to predict accurately how he or she would be most likely to respond to the question. As you read the assigned texts, you should keep the question in mind, which, I hope, will help you determine what is most important in the reading and what you can merely skim.
Timeline for the Womens Rights Movement in the U.S.: http://www.infoplease.com/spot/womenstimeline1.html
Early Voices for Freedom:
Howard Zinn: A Peoples History of the United States, Chapter 6 The Intimately Oppressed (1980/2005):
Elizabeth Cady Stanton: Declaration of Sentiments (1848):
Fanny Fern: Hints to Young Wives (1852):
http://workingwomen.wikispaces.com/FannyFern [scroll down to find the text of her column]
The Working-Girls of New York (1768):
Modern Voices of Protest, Freedom, and Reaction:
Virginia Woolf: Selection from A Room of Ones Own (1929):
Professions for Women (1931):
Rosalind C. Barnett and Caryl Rivers: Men Are From Earth, and So Are Women. Its Faulty Research That Sets Them Apart. (from The Chronicle Review, Sept. 3, 2004):
Christina Hoff Sommers: Persistent Myths in Feminist Scholarship
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