SERVICEWOMEN REIMAGINED EQUALITY.
WOMANPOWER REDEFINED THE MILITARY.
Available September 30, 2021
“An important contribution to military history, women’s history, and U.S. social and cultural history.” —Heather Marie Stur, author of Beyond Combat: Bringing the Home Front to the Front Lines
"Focused on a crucial, though often-overlooked time period, Her Cold War follows servicewomen’s struggles not only to integrate the U.S. military but also to transform it. Tanya L. Roth skillfully and seamlessly restores ‘womanpower’ to its central place in the history of the American military and the women’s movement, demonstrating once and for all the irretractable ties between second-wave feminism and Cold War national defense."—Kara Dixon Vuic, author of The Girls Next Door: American Women and Military Entertainment