From Colony to Nation: Women Activists and the Gendering of Politics in Belize, 1912-1982
The first book on women's political history in Belize, From Colony to Nation demonstrates that women were creators of and activists within the two principal political currents of twentieth-century Belize: colonial-middle class reform and popular labor-nationalism.
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