Table of contents for Rosie and Mrs. America : women's images and issues in the 1930s and 1940s / by Catherine Gourley.

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Prologue: Inauguration Day, March 4, 1933
Chapter 1	Ain¿t We Got Fun? 
 Amusements and Diversions during Hard Times
		Sidebar: Hour of Charm
		Sidebar: More Bad News 
		Sidebar: The People¿s Palace
 Sidebar: Dancing for Dough
Chapter 2	Mrs. America Goes to the Movies
		Sidebar: Screwball Comedies and Stereotypes
		Sidebar: The Yellow Peril
Chapter 3	Fashion¿s Passions
		Sidebar: Smart Women¿The Debutante and the Girl Next Door
		Sidebar: The Swimmers and the Bathing Beauties
 Sidebar: Tennis Slurs, Anyone?
Chapter 4	Bylines and Headlines¿
Women Who Write News, Women Who Make News
		Sidebar: Fired, Then Hired
		Sidebar: Brenda Starr
		Sidebar: Migrant Mothers
		Sidebar: Newsacting and ¿War of the Worlds¿
Chapter 5	The Many Faces of Rosie
		Sidebar: The OWI¿s 3 Rs
 Sidebar: Don¿t Be a Bad Rosie
		Sidebar: Rosie the Pinup girl
		Sidebar: Meet Frances Bullock
		Sidebar: The Mystery of Tokyo Rose
Epilogue	Mrs. America Goes Home
Source Notes

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Women -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Women -- United States -- Social conditions -- 20th century.
Women -- United States -- Social life and customs -- 20th century.
Popular culture -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Nineteen thirties.
Nineteen forties.