Table of contents for Eleanor Rathbone and the politics of conscience / Susan Pedersen.


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Table of Contents
Illustrations
Acknowledgments
Introduction: Lives Seen and Unseen 
I. Dilemmas of a Dutiful Daughter
1. Snares of wealth and virtue
2. Mothers and Mentors
3. Philosophy and Friendship
4. Her Father's Daughter
Coda: Emily Alone
II. The freedom of the city
5. Enter Miss Macadam
6. Must mothers be poor?
7. Claiming citizenship
8. Time of Trial
Coda: Elsie makes her will
III. A New Feminism in the Making
9. Choosing Elizabeth
10. What future for feminism?
11. Feuds about the family
12. Most Independent Member
13. The difference empire makes
Coda: Miss Rathbone has her portrait painted
IV. A World to Save
14. Prophet without honour
15. A War worth fighting
16. "Rescue the Perishing"
17. Miss Rathbone in victory
Coda: The Lady Vanishes
Appendices:
1. Principal writings by Eleanor Rathbone
2. Municipal election results, Granby Ward, Liverpool
3. Parliamentary election results, Combined English Universities
4. Eleanor Rathbone's parliamentary speeches and questions
5. A Note on Sources
Notes
Index 




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Rathbone, Eleanor F, (Eleanor Florence), 1872-1946, Women in politics Great Britain History 20th century, Great Britain Politics and government 20th century, Legislators Great Britain Biography, Suffragists Great Britain Biography, Feminists Great Britain Biography