The Ideas of the English-Canadian Suffragists, 1877–1918. After joining politics department in 1984, Bacchi embarked on production of more publications such as Feminism and sexual difference, the politics of affirmative action, women policy and politics among others. Liberation Deferred? The Ideas of the English-Canadian Suffragists, 1877–1918 is a book that offers a major contribution to an issue that is of important to feminists. Having been written based on the extensive research by the author; the book offers useful arguments that are vital for students and researchers in the field of politics and history. Through the use of information from different countries, the book provides specific ways through which affirmative action is contained in practice. Liberation Deferred? The Ideas of the English-Canadian Suffragists1877–1918 generates theoretical lens to the arguments of affirmative action in countries that are reputed to be at the forefront in women policies such as Australia, United States, Norway, Sweden and Netherlands among others1. Bacchi’s book is about the campaign for suffrage in Canada. The book is important in the sense based on the contemporary world where women have joined the filed of politics just like their male counterparts, Liberation Deferred? The Ideas of the English-Canadian Suffragists 1877–1918 provides useful information regarding the early women movements that indicates the principles on which the recent women movements were formed.
Jean H. Baker is a professor of Goucher College in the field of history. Baker has contributed a lot in the book; Votes for Women: the struggle for suffrage revisited. Professor Baker, who obtained his masters and Ph. D from The John Hopkins University, is an expert in the women history. His expertise made him to be elected to membership in Abraham Lincoln Society as well as in the Society of American Historians Baker (p 15). The book was written for the readers to know what women ...Show more