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Chapter 6 was originally published as "And that it is custom makes it law: class conflict and gender ideology in the public sphere, Mexico City, 1880-1910" in Social Science History, 20: no. 1 (spring 2000).
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Women in metropolitan industrialization -- "She has moved beyond her sphere" : discursive constructions of working women -- "Moral and material suffering" : protest and power, 1880-1911 -- Inclusive marginalization, 1911-1930 -- "Poor yet honorable people" : worker response to the gendering of the workplace -- "And that it is custom makes it law" : vendedoras in the public sphere -- Seven working women and the state, 1879-1931.