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Excerpts from the Staats-Lexikon: “Relations between the Sexes” (1845–48)

Women’s Activism during the Revolution: Louise Otto’s Statement of Principles in the First Issue of Frauen-Zeitung (April 21, 1849)

Speech by Louise Otto, Chairwoman of the General German Women’s Association, at its Third General Assembly (1869)

First Feminist Efforts: Statutes of the General German Women’s Association (1865)

Women’s Activism during the Revolution: Viennese Democratic Women’s Association (1848–50)

Founding of the Association for the Promotion of Employment Qualifications among Members of the Female Sex (Retrospective, 1891)

Speech by Louise Otto, Chairwoman of the General German Women’s Association, at its Third General Assembly (1869)

The Family in the Context of Women’s Equality (December 20, 1965)

Feminism Meets Resistance (1975)

Women’s Liberation Gaining Ground (April 22, 1977)

The Struggle for Equal Rights (October 7, 1968)

Social Policy and Women (1989)

Reforming the Marriage and Family Code (July 9, 1971)

A Female Engineer Reports (1986)