From Alexander Street Press: "Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1600-2000 has just been updated and migrated to a new platform. Whether your library has access to the Basic Edition or the Scholar's Edition, you will see several improvements to the collection. We have added 6 new document projects, bringing the total up to 85. Subscribers to the Scholar's Edition will also have access to more than 72,000 pages from State Commissions on the Status of Women, as well as the first three volumes of Harvard University Press' Notable American Women: A Biographical Dictionary. This marks the first time the landmark work is available in electronic form. Both the Basic and Scholar's Editions can be accessed and browsed for free. You will not be prompted to log in until you browse deeper within the collection. You may request a free trial for your library on our Web site"