The Grand Domestic Revolution: A History of Feminist Designs for American Homes, Neighborhoods, and Cities

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MIT Press, 1981 - Social Science - 367 pages
Describes the strategies and innovations nineteenth century feminists hoped would socialize housework and child care and gain economic independence for women

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Hayden's well-researched work highlights the female materialist feminists who brought women's perspectives into the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries' Marxist claims for class ... Read full review

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Dolores Hayden, professor of architecture and American studies at Yale, writes about the politics of design.

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