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Max was the youngest, born in 1882. In 1883 their parents, Samuel Elijah Eastman and Annis Bertha Ford, moved the family to. Canandaigua, New York. In 1889, their mother became one of the first women ordained as a. Protestant minister in America when she became.
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One of the few socialists to endorse the ERA, Eastman warned that protective legislation for women would mean only discrimination against women. Eastman claimed that one could assess the importance of the ERA by the intensity of the opposition to it, but she felt that.
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After Max Eastman's periodical The Masses was forced to close by government censorship in 1917, he and Crystal co-founded a radical journal of politics, art, and literature, The Liberator, early in 1918. 3 She and Max co-edited it until they put it in the hands.
6 Her friends were entrusted with her two children, then orphans, to rear them until adulthood. Eastman has been called one of the United States' most neglected leaders, because, although she wrote pioneering legislation and created long-lasting political organizations, she disappeared from history for fifty.
Peace efforts edit During World War I, Eastman was one of the founders of the Woman's Peace Party, soon joined by Jane Addams, Lillian D. Wald, and others. 8 She served as president of the New York branch. Renamed the Women's International League for Peace.
Emancipation edit During a brief marriage to Wallace J. Benedict, which ended in divorce, Eastman moved to Milwaukee with him. There she managed the unsuccessful 1912 Wisconsin suffrage campaign. 3 When she returned east in 1913, she joined Alice Paul, Lucy Burns, and others in.
Crystal Catherine Eastman (June 25, 1881 July 8, 1928) 1 was an American lawyer, antimilitarist, feminist, socialist, and journalist. She is best remembered as a leader in the fight for women's suffrage, as a co-founder and co-editor with her brother. Max Eastman of the radical.