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Additional Resources for Women by Charles Bukowski and Clare Boothe Luce

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Dubofsky, Melvyn, and Stephen Burwood, eds., Women and Minorities during the Great Depression, Garland, 1990.

Dubofsky and Burwood have compiled a collection of essays by various authors discussing the impact of the Great Depression on women as well as on African Americans and other minorities.

Gimlin, Debra L., Body Work: Beauty and Self-image in American Culture, University of California Press, 2001.

Gimlin offers a critical discussion of cultural and social aspects of beauty standards in the United States.

Himmelberg, Robert F., The Great Depression and the New Deal, Greenwood Press, 2001.

Himmelberg provides a concise history of the Great Depression years and the impact of New Deal policies in the United States.

Martin, Ralph G., Henry and Clare: An Intimate Portrait of the Luces, Putnam's Sons, 1991.

Martin offers a biographical study of Luce's relationship with her second husband, Henry Luce, a widely influential publishing magnate.

Peiss, Kathy Lee, Hope in...

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