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Includes bibliographical references (p. 209-225) and index.
Why women protest: tipping, timing, and framing -- Mothers of the Cold War, daughters of the Revolution: a historical overview of women and Chilean politics -- The Revolution hits home: women organize against Allende -- Catapulting men to action: the march of the empty pots -- "Feminine power" and the end of the socialist revolution -- Gendered networks and the rebirth of civil society -- Women defend life: mass protests and the women's movement -- Democracy in the country and in the home: women for and against democratic transition -- Why women protest: comparative evidence.