Lucia Ames Mead (1856-1936) and the American Peace Movement

Author: Craig, John
Year:1990
Pages:232
ISBN:0-88946-094-9
978-0-88946-094-2
Price:179.95
Details the life and times of Lucia Ames Mead, a writer, literature teacher, leading female pacifist, and transitional figure whose thinking foreshadowed later ideas on propaganda. Fills a lacuna in the scant historical coverage of the American peace movement, especially of female participants therein.

Reviews

"[Received] the university President's Award for Outstanding Publication. . . . has the flow of a novel but challenges readers to comprehend an entire historical era to understand the significance of Miss Mead's work." - The Sharon Herald, PA