Women's suffrage in China: challenging scholarly conventions

University of California Press
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Pacific Historical Review, 2000, 69 (4), pp. 617 - 638
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Edwards provides an overview of the main stages in the Chinese women's suffrage movement during the first half of the twentieth century and discusses the unstated narrative conventions underpinning most scholarship on women's suffrage.
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