London: C. Rome, Printer, . Day-by-day report, for British readers, of the 5-day Congress, followed by a list of "Immediate Tasks for Britain." Highlights of the Congress included a speech by Ella Reeve "Mother" Bloor -- described as "a slight, vigorous white-haired old lady from the U.S.A. who has given all her life in the fight for women's rights in America." The British Delegation included Monica Whately, Mrs. Muriel Wallhead Nicholl, Mrs. Rose Smith, Gertrude Duby, and others. The delegation "was commended for its seriousness, attentiveness, good discipline and the high level of speeches." Not found in OCLC (May 2016). Quarto bifolium (4)pp. Soiled, and with single horizontal fold; Good. (Inventory #: 29655)
The history, literature, and art of American social movements, including Civil Rights, Feminism, Labor History, Radical Politics, and Counterculture.
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