We Will Be Heard:Women's Struggles for Political Power in the United States
1 - The Search for Political Woman
PART I - Practicing Politics
2 - The Iowa Origins of Organized Republican Women
3 - 'One Man, One Vote, One Woman, One Throat': Women in New York City Politics, 1890-1910
4 - The Rise of Political Woman in the Election of 1912
5 - All the Way for the ERA: Winning and Losing in Virginia
PART II - Breaking Barriers
6 - The Women Who Ran for President
7 - Ruth Bryan Owen: Florida's First Congresswoman
8 - Marion Martin of Maine: A Mother of Republican Women
9 - Gender Gaps in Presidential Elections
10 - "Feminism and Anti-Feminism in the Republican and Democratic Parties."
11 - "Gender Representation in the Democratic and Republican Parties."
PART III - Promoting Policy
12 - ‘Equality’ vs. ‘Protection’: Setting the Agenda After Suffrage
13 - How Sex Got Into Title VII: Persistent Opportunism as a Maker of Public Policy
14 - Congressional Passage of the Equal Rights Amendment.
15 - Comparable Worth
16 - The Long Road to Madame Speaker