In 1990, Unequal Sisters transformed the landscape of women's history in the U.S. The only work of its kind taking a broad, multicultural view, the book brought together the best in women's & feminist history, & dramatically changed the field. Unequal Sisters has now been revised & expanded, incorporating 18 new essays that, like the first edition, comprise some of the most groundbreaking work in the area. This 2nd edition presents much of the strongest work available on women of color in U.S. history, as well as updated comprehensive bibliographies on women of color -- African American, Asian American, Latinas, & Native American. B&W photos. From here on in, anyone wishing to teach or learn about U.S., history will have to turn to this book.ÓRuiz, Vicki L. is the author of 'Unequal Sisters A Multicultural Reader in U.S. Womens History', published 1994 under ISBN 9780756760892 and ISBN 0756760895.