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Eastman, Crystal, 80

Eastman, Elizabeth, 180

Eckerson, Helen F., 121 n22

Ellis, Wade H., 34

Equal-nationality bills, 222 , 227 -33, 236 n104, 243

Equal nationality rights. See Nationality-rights movement

Equal-nationality treaty, 7 , 217 -21, 219 n61, 231 n, 232 -39, 236 n105, 243 -46, 247 , 250 -52

Equal Rights,139 , 141 , 155

Equal rights amendment, 7 , 8 , 10 , 11 , 153 -55, 163 n19, 191 , 216 , 217 , 229 -30, 236 , 250 , 254

Equal Rights International, 216 , 216 n57, 219 , 222 , 246

Evans, Sara, 253

Evarts, William, 27 -28n24

Expatriation: British law on, 101

and desertion from military, 25 n19

expatriation by residence, 144 -48, 145 n87

native-born women falling under presumptive expatriation rule, 166 -67

as natural and inherent right, 20 , 20n

and nonresidence, 25 -29, 26 n20, 98 -99, 99 n

policy on, during interwar years, 98 n41

State Department policy on American women in transnational marriages, 59 -60, 59 nn38-39

See also Americans living abroad; Expatriation Act of 1907; Marital expatriation

Expatriation Act of 1907: and anxiety about immigration, 6 , 9

and children's citizenship, 35 n44, 241 n121

court cases on, 65 -67

feminist response to, 4 , 12 , 16 , 47 , 63 -79

and image of postsuffrage female expatriate, 79

and immigration laws, 68

and Kelly doctrine, 36 n47

motives behind, 56 -64

and Nineteenth Amendment, 186 -87

political climate at passage of, 17

postwar responses to, 77 -79

provisions of, 4n, 98 -99, 136

public awareness of, 76

Rankin bill to amend Section 3 of, 70 -77, 82

Root on, 144 n83

and State Department, 66 -67n52

and transnational marriages, 34 -35, 58 -63, 66

and woman suffrage, 5 , 47 , 64 -79, 67 n53


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