AMST 253 Mamas and Matriarchs: A Social History of Jewish Women in America

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Women surrounded by posters for Roosevelt, Lehman, and the American Labor Party and a Learn to Vote sign in English and Yiddish,1935. Photo by Kheel Center at Cornell University and used under Creative Commons license.

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