Table of contents for The women's revolution in Mexico, 1910-1953 / edited by Stephanie Mitchell and Patience A. Schell.

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Introduction, Stephanie Mitchell 						1
Chapter 1, Martha Eva Rocha, "The Faces of Rebellion. 
From Revolutionaries to Veterans in Nationalist Mexico" 			21	
Primary document: "Guadalupe Narvaez Bautista"			52
Chapter 2, Stephanie Smith, "Educating the Mothers of the Nation: 
The Project of Revolutionary Education in Yucat n" 			54
Primary document: "A report from the Chief of 
the Revolutionary Office of Information 
and Propaganda (1915)" 						75
Chapter 3, Carmen Ramos Escandón, "Challenging Legal and Gender 
Constraints: Sofía Villa's Criticism of Family Legislation, 1917-1927" 	77
Primary document: "Extract from La mujer y la ley
by Sofia de Buentello"						104
Chapter 4, Sarah Buck, "The Meaning of the Women's Vote 
in Mexico: 1917-1953" 							107
Primary document: "A Letter From Margarita Robles de 
Mendoza to Plutarco Elías Calles"					144
Chapter 5, Patience A. Schell, "Of the Sublime Mission of Mothers of 
Families: The Union of Mexican Catholic Ladies in 
Revolutionary Mexico" 							 149
Primary document: "On the High and Sublime 
Mission of Mothers of Families" 					 183
Chapter 6, Katherine Elaine Bliss, "Theatre of Operations: Reform Politics 
and the Battle for Prostitutes' Redemption at Revolutionary 
Mexico City's Syphilis Hospital" 						 186
Primary document: "Hospital Morelos"				 227
Chapter 7, Andrew G. Wood, "'The Proletarian Women Will Make 
the Social Revolution:' Female Participation in the Veracruz 
Rent Strike, 1922-1927" 							 231
Primary document: "I, Woman in the Ideal" 				 252
Image: Herón Proal and compañeras in Veracruz			 254 
Chapter 8, Stephanie Mitchell, "Por la Liberación de la Mujer: Women and 
the Anti Alcohol Campaign" 							 255
Primary document: "Temperance Activists in Michoac n" 284
Chapter 9, Nicole Sanders, "Improving Mothers: Poverty, the Family, 
and 'Modern' Social Assistance in Mexico, 1937-1950" 		 287
Primary document: "Call to the Women of México" 	 	 312
Conclusion, Patience Schell							 315

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Women in politics -- Mexico -- History -- 20th century.
Women revolutionaries -- Mexico -- History -- 20th century.
Women's rights -- Mexico -- History -- 20th century.
Women -- Mexico -- Social conditions -- 20th century.
Mexico -- History -- Revolution, 1910-1920 -- Women.