By Polly Wynn Allen
An research of Charlotte Perkins Gilman" transparent and based method of structure, panorama, and local layout.
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The transition from a predominantly agrarian culture to an increasingly industrial one posed a stunning variety of life-style challenges. According to E. P. Thompson, the Industrial Revolution permanently "destroyed the balance between rural and urban life" in Great Britain. 1 Similar forces were at work in the United States, although the immense size of the continent was a mitigating factor for many decades. S. families improvised a variety of strategies. One result was a geometrical expansion in the middle-class segment of the population.
With her long-standing collaborator, Susan B. Anthony, Stanton went on to organize the first national association explicitly concerned with gaining women's political equality, the National Woman Suffrage Association. 19 Willard's close friend, Mary Rice Livermore, also a fighter for suffrage and temperance, devoted her remarkable skills as a lecturer and journalist to the related causes of Christian socialism and economic independence for women. " The purpose of a typical white club was twofold: to help middle-class women stand on their own two feet financially, and to advance various social and political reforms.
9 In addition, doing laundry required the repeated fetching, carrying, heating, and disposing of water, with much bending, rubbing, and wringing; consuming long days and the labors of several, it left arms and backs aching and fingers raw. 10 One hundred years ago, most women conducted their nurturing operations of feeding and cleaning equipped only with pails, tubs, fireplaces, hand tools, and, toward the end of the century, iron stoves that burned coal and/or wood. Most got along without refrigeration except for improvised arrangements such as barrels in the basement or burial places in the snow.
Building domestic liberty: Charlotte Perkins Gilman's architectural feminism by Polly Wynn Allen