A WOMAN'S ANSWER TO ROOSEVELT: A STORY ON RACE SUICIDE

A WOMAN'S ANSWER TO ROOSEVELT: A STORY ON RACE SUICIDE

By: Lusk, Alice Freeman

Price: $45.00


109p. Top page edges soiled, endpapers toned, top cover edge dented. Fictional tale written in reply to President Theodore Roosevelt's March 13, 1905, speech to the National Congress of Mothers in which he contended that Anglo-Saxon women, especially college-educated women, who were childless by choice contributed to "race suicide" whereby immigrant stock, who had more children, would soon outnumber old-stock whites in America. (7"x5")

Title: A WOMAN'S ANSWER TO ROOSEVELT: A STORY ON RACE SUICIDE

Author Name: Lusk, Alice Freeman

Categories: FICTION,

Publisher: [Los Angeles], Commercial Publishing House: 1908

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition: Good +

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Item: 1.00

Seller ID: H12299

Keywords: Man Woman Relationships Marriage Fiction