Book Review Linda Gordon, the Great Arizona Orphan Abduction
What happened next is the subject of historian Linda Gordon's compelling new book: For their act of Christian charity, the nuns were rewarded with near-lynching and public vilification of an intensity hard to fathom today.
Today the criminalization of these practices should be seen as an achievement of the magnitude of compulsory education or woman suffrage.
Linda Gordon, "Progressive Expertise: an Oxymoron?", for conference of the Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities, March 2002, published as "If the Progressives were Advising Us Today, Should We Listen?" Journal of Gilded Age and Progressive Era, April 2002.
Linda Gordon, Social Movements, Leadership and Democracy: Toward More Utopian Mistakes," keynote lecture, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, 2000, Monday, May 22, 1933, Washington, DC
Linda Gordon in "On Difference," Genders, Spring 1991, and "The Trouble with Difference," Dissent, spring 1999
Linda Gordon "Harry Hopkins Brings Relief," in "Days of Destiny," ed. McPherson and Brinkley (NY: Agincourt Press for the Society of American Historians, 2001).