Monday, January 21, 2013

American Social Reform: Gale

Part of the Gale Virtual Reference Library, the American Social Reform Movements Reference Library (2007) is devoted to the history of the many social reform movements in U.S. history. The majority of the resource provides detailed sections on each  movement: Antiglobalization, Antiwar, Civil Rights, Education Reform, Environmental Reform, Gay Rights, Labor, Poverty Reform, Prison Reform, Slavery and Abolition, Temperance and Prohibition, Women's Rights, and Women's Suffrage. In addition to history, sections include definitions of terms, photos, and links to websites.

Biographies and primary sources are also included.

Resources in the Gale Virtual Reference Library are available online to students, faculty, and staff of Christian Brothers University.

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