Canadian non-fiction, General non-fiction, Canadian history
While the Chatelaine magazine of the 1950's and 60's was filled with advertisements that promoted domestic perfection, it also began to contain material that subversively complicated that ideal. Articles on abortion, spousal abuse, and poverty proliferated alongside explicitly feminist editorials,… laying the foundation for feminism in Canada. Offers a detailed analysis of the times, the issues, and the national cross section of the women (and sometimes men) who participated in the success of a Canadian cultural landmark. 2000.