Marie Marmo Mullaney

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Midnight in Cairo: The Divas of Egypt’s Roaring 20s

An engaging social history that touches on issues of freedom and liberation, issues that continue to resonate today.

Recasting the Vote: How Women of Color Transformed the Suffrage Movement

An essential work; highly recommended for scholars of the period and general readers interested in women’s history.
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Daughter of the Boycott: Carrying on a Montgomery Family’s Civil Rights Legacy

A beautiful celebration of one family’s life of service and commitment to racial justice, this important book should be welcomed by both historians and general readers interested in American history, social change, and civil rights issues.
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Free Thinker: Sex, Suffrage, and the ExtraordinaryLife of Helen Hamilton Gardener

Based on archival sources and Gardener’s own voluminous writings, this highly readable book should provide plenty of new insight into the period and Gardener’s fascinating life for general readers, scholars, and aspiring political activists alike.
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American Queenmaker: How Missy Meloney Brought Women into Politics

A meticulously researched and readable biography that will engage readers interested in women’s history and journalism, and in 20th-century social reform.
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The Man in the Red Coat

Scholars may laud this work’s brilliance, but others might find it a difficult read. For serious students of French history or the history of medicine and sexuality.

A New World Begins: The History of the French Revolution

A must-read for scholars, historians, academics, and students of politics.
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Peace on Our Terms: The Global Battle for Women’s Rights After the First World War

For historians, political scientists, and students of women’s history, as well as general readers interested in contemporary global concerns and human rights.

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Mary Ball Washington: The Untold Story of George Washington’s Mother

For general readers of American history, especially those interested in the revolutionary period.
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