Table of contents for Solidarity's secret : the women who defeated Communism in Poland / Shana Penn.

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Foreword
Acknowledgments
Introduction: National Secret
Chapter 1. Women at the Gates: Anna Walentynowicz and the August 1980 Strikes
Chapter 2. Solidarity's "Blank Spot": The Legal Period and Martial Law
Chapter 3. Dark Circles: Building the Solidarity Underground
Chapter 4. Floating Offices: Publishing the Underground Newspaper
Chapter 5. Wild Card: The Female Stereotype as Camouflage
Chapter 6. A Third Space: Mutual Dependencies and Cooperation
Chapter 7. Patient Revolution: Women and Leadership
Chapter 8. "Our Romantic Model": Myth, Literature, and Women's Place
Chapter 9. In the End, the Beginning: Adjustments and New Problems for Women after 1989
Chapter 10. Filling in the "Blank Spot": The Public Discourse on Women
Appendix
Notes
Selected Bibliography
Index \to come\
Illustrations following page 00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Women political activists -- Poland -- History.
NSZZ "Solidarnosc" (Labor organization) -- Political activity.
Communism -- Poland -- History.
Poland -- Politics and government -- 1980-1989.