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Minnie Fisher Cunnigham: A Suffragist's Life in Politics

Minnie Fisher Cunnigham: A Suffragist's Life in Politics By Liz Carpenter, Judith N. McArthur
2003 | 296 Pages | ISBN: 0195122151 | PDF | 2 MB

Minnie Fisher Cunningham was Texas's most important female political activist. After directing Texas's womans suffrage campaign, she helped establish the National League of Women Voters and the Woman's National Democratic Club. After an unsuccessful attempt to gain election to the US Senate, Cunningham evolved into a left feminist, increasingly aware that women could be oppressed by class and race as well as by gender. A leader of the post-1945 Texas liberal movement, she inspired a generation of young women, including Liz Carpenter and Billie Carr. This is the first biography of the lifelong politician affectionately known as Minnie Fish.

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