New Blog Series: “Remembering the Ladies” – Women’s Issues in the Past and Present

A Harry Grant Dart political cartoon published in “Puck,” satirizing negative connotations of women smoking in public, 1908. (Library of Congress)

In honor of Women’s History Month, the Reagan Library Education Blog is pleased to announce its next major blog series!

The history of the United States is defined by the differing perspectives and experiences of its people, as they constantly ran parallel – and sometimes collided – with each other in the past. While it does receive general coverage in overviews of American history, the thoughts and experiences of women in the new republic remain nonetheless pertinent and wanting of further examination. Women in the United States have historically witnessed, experienced, and taken part in the many social and political developments that swept through the country.

To stay up to date with the latest posts in this series, please make sure to regularly check the Reagan Library Education Blog!

Written by Nicholas J. Dilley, Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum

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