Synopses & Reviews
"Meyer's study of the creation of the Women's Army Corps provides a backdrop against which to read today's headlines detailing sexual misconduct in the military... Meyer offers a richly textured, theoretically informed account of that debate, focusing on the complex and often contradictory arguments articulated by both supporters and opponents of the creation of a formal presence for women in the military." Choice
"A meticulously researched, carefully organized, and intelligently presented study of social issues surrounding the Women's Army Corps in the 1940s." The Lesbian Review of Books
"Compelling... Give[s] us important insight into the complex sexual double standards that control our current debate." Lambada Book Report
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About the Author
Leisa D. Meyer is assistant professor of history at the College of William and Mary.