Eat My Dust

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Georgine Clarsen. Eat My Dust: Early Women Motorists. (The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, 126th series, number 1.) Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 2008. Pp. xi, 196. $50.00.

Summary

Contents:

1. Movement in a Minor Key: Dilemmas of theWoman Motorist

2. A War Product: The British Motoring Girl and Her Garage

3. A Car Made by English Ladies for Others of Their Sex: The Feminist Factory and the Lady's Car

4. Transcontinental Travel: The Politics of Automobile Consumption in the United States

5. Campaigns on Wheels: American Automobiles and a Suffrage of Consumption

6. "The Woman Who Does": A Melbourne Women's Motor Garage

7. Driving Australian Modernity: Conquering Australia by Car

8. Machines as the Measure of Women: Cape-to-Cairo by Car


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