New York: Gordon Press, 1975. Hardcover. vii, 358p., a few light underlines, facsimile reprint of the ninth edition originally printed by Putnam in 1920, red boards and gilt.
"Gilman's classic treatise... has inspired Socialists and feminists across the generations. Limited by an unbounded faith in progress, "Women and Economics" continues nevertheless to attract a political audience because it offers a detailed examination of the impact of the industrial revolution on women's status, especially as determined by their changed relationship with productive labor." *Buhle 69.