Introduction: women, the bulwark of democracy "An essential way of life": the political awakening of women militants Gender roles in Italy's elections and constitution Legge noce for working mothers: "madonna tempesta" The Merlin Law against the Case Chiuse: taking the state out of sex, putting the sex in citizenship Both the rights and the duties of citizenship: the Cocco Law for access to all public careers Conclusion: the legacy of the lost wave and constitutional rights feminism.
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Print version: Tambor, Molly. Lost wave : women and democracy in postwar Italy. Oxford : Oxford University Press,