Readership: Scholars and general readers/women's history enthusiasts interested in woman suffrage Undergraduate and graduate women's history courses.
J.D. Zahniser, Historian, American Institute for History Education, US, and With Amelia R. Fry, Regional Oral History Office, Bancroft Library
Historian, American Institute for History Education
with Amelia R. Fry
(deceased) Regional Oral History Office, Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley
Introduction: Alice Paul
Chapter One: "Mind the Light"
Chapter Two: "In Veniemus viam avt facimus"
Chapter Three: "Heart and Soul Convert"
Chapter Four: "A New and More Heroic Plane"
Chapter Five: "A Little Stone in a Big Mosaic"
Chapter Six: "We Came, They Saw, We Conquered"
Chapter Seven: "A Procession of Our Own"
Chapter Eight: "A Dark Conspiracy"
Chapter Nine: "We Go to Smash or Make Good"
Chapter Ten: "A Great Body of Voting Women"
Chapter Eleven: "The Voice of the New Power"
Chapter Twelve: "The Ghost at the Feast"
Chapter Thirteen: "The Young are at the Gates"
Chapter Fourteen: "Jailed for Freedom"
Chapter Fifteen: "Not a Gift, but a Triumph"
Epilogue: Claiming Power