The story of the court case and what happened in the aftermath is the subject of women in the barracks the vmi case and equal rights by philippa strum its a fascinating story thats mostly a debate that cuts to the heart of gender equality at 328 pages the book is not overly long and while there are facts aplenty professor strum does . Start by marking women in the barracks the vmi case and equal rights as want to read a little long winded but on the whole an excellent look at the womens rights movement the history of integration at virginias universities history of vmi and the life of ruth bader ginsburg. In a book that poses serious questions about equal rights in america philippa strum traces the origins of this landmark case back to vmis founding its evolution over fifteen decades and through competing notions about womens proper place. Philippa strums study is a richly detailed and contextualized chronicle of the struggle to admit women to the virginia military institute vmi during the 1990 leisa d meyer women in the barracks the vmi case and equal rights journal of american history volume 90 issue 1 june 2003 pages 312 313 . Women in the barracks is a case study that combines both legal and cultural history reviewing the long history of male elitism in the military as it explores how new ideas about gender equality have developed in the united states
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