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Why Movements Succeed or Fail:
Opportunity, Culture, and the Struggle for Woman Suffrage
Lee Ann Banaszak

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

List of Tables
List of Figures
Preface
Ch. 1Comparing the U.S. and Swiss Woman Suffrage Movements3
Ch. 2Information, Preferences, Beliefs, and Values in the Political Process21
Ch. 3Building Suffrage Organizations44
Ch. 4The Impact of Movement Resources on Success73
Ch. 5Building Suffrage Coalitions98
Ch. 6Lobbying the Government132
Ch. 7Raising Suffrage Demands: Confrontation versus Compromise158
Ch. 8Sources of the Movements' Information, Beliefs, and Values186
Ch. 9Why Movements Succeed or Fail215
App. AInterview Methods227
App. BMeasuring Suffrage Organization Membership in the United States and Switzerland231
App. CData Sources for Legislative Histories and Variable Coding in Pooled-Time Series Analysis238
App. DCoding Confrontational and Lobbying Tactics in the United States and Switzerland242
Notes247
References259
Index273

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