Creating Socialist Women in Japan: Gender, Labour and Activism, 1900-1937
This booklet tells the inspiring tale of a gaggle of ladies who challenged the expectancies in their society of their writings and of their activities. Vera Mackie surveys the advance of socialist women's activism in Japan from the 1900s to the Thirties, within the broader context of the economic and political improvement of contemporary Japan. She outlines the most important socialist womens' businesses and their debates with their liberal and anarchist sisters. The e-book additionally bargains shut analyses of the political and artistic writings of socialist ladies.