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Table Of Contents

Contents:

Preface
Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
Introduction
Chapter 1: "We Want a Free Country for Our Children," 1977-1984
Chapter 2: Movement as Symbol: The Mothers of Matagalpa, 1979-1984
Chapter 3: The Priorities of War: Deferring Feminism, (Re) drafting Motherhood, 1984-1990
Chapter 4: The Latent and the Visible: The Mothers of Matagalpa in Two Dimensions, 1984-1990
Chapter 5: From a War of Bullets to a War of the Stomach: Discursive and Organizational Strategies and Regime Transition. 1990-1994
Chapter 6: Testing the Limits of Maternal Identity: Regime Change and Expanded Membership, 1990-1994
Chapter 7: Voice, Agency, and Identity: Counting the Mixed Blessings of Revolution and Maternal Identity Politics

Conclusion
Appendix
Notes
Bibliography
Index