Raising Gas Taxes
preaching assertiveness. Their meetings resem- bled tea parties and made lower-class women feel out of place.
Eventually, the feminists gave up and turned their attention almost exclusively to suffrage. As historian Alice Kessler-Harris notes, immi- grant women laborers were left "between a trade union movement hostile to women . . . and a women's movement whose participants did not work for wages."
Raising "Gasoline Taxation in Selected OECD
Countries, 1970-79" Alan A. Tait...