Goldsmith, Netta Murray

Dr. Netta Murray Goldsmith received her Ph.D. from the University of Missouri. She taught at the University of Missouri and has worked for the BBC and the British Council on the Continent.

Origins of Women’s Equality in the Seventeenth Century. The Role of London, a Big City, in Changing Attitudes
2016 1-4955-0474-3
For about a hundred years after Charles II reclaimed the throne in 1660 more women than ever before strove to live as independently as men did…the most spectacular bid for freedom was made by girls who became soldiers and sailors…another factor which enabled a women to earn money and gain a measure of liberty and independence was the growth of London…The Restoration saw the beginning of the movement to establish sexual equality. The Author's Overture

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