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On June 17, , Soviet cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova became the first woman in space. Curiously, unlike every previous milestone in the "space race," this event did not spur NASA to catch up by flying an American woman. Though there were suitable candidates-two years earlier, thirteen female pilots recruited by the private Woman in Space program had passed a strenuous physical exam and were ready for another stage of astronaut testing-American women would not escape earth's gravity for another twenty years.

In examining the experiences of the Fellow Lady Astronaut Trainees as the candidates called themselves , this book documents the achievements and frustrated hopes of a remarkable group of women whose desire to serve their country fell victim to hostility toward such aspirations.

Drawing from archival research and interviews with participants, Weitekamp traces the rise and fall of the Woman in Space program within the context of the cold war and the thriving women's aviation culture of the s. Weitekamp's study sheds light on a little-known but compelling chapter in the history of the U. Weitekamp is the rare historian who sees the big picture as well as the fine detail. Margaret Weitekamp traces the rise and fall of the Lovelace Woman in Space program within the context of the cold war and the thriving women's aviation culture of the s, showing how the Lovelace trainees challenged prevailing attitudes about women's roles and capabilities.

In examining the experiences of the would-be Lady Astronauts, this study documents the achievements and frustrated hopes of a remarkable group of women. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?

Read more Read less. Prime Book Box for Kids. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. Buy the selected items together This item: Right Stuff, Wrong Sex: Ships from and sold by Amazon. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Hellhound on His Trail: The First Space Race: Review "What this book does better than its competitors is to uncover and present the political story that killed the space program for women in this country.

Reviews of New Books "The most carefully researched and analyzed account of this important chapter in the history of the U. Douglas Journal of American History "A solidly researched, fact-driven account Dean American Historical Review "This book sets a high standard for future studies of space policy and gender in politics, and includes an outstanding essay on sources that will be of great assistance to students of women's and space history.

Sturdevant Space Times "Weitekamp's vivid writing brings to life the texture of American life in what she calls the 'prefeminist' era. Gender Relations in the American Experience Paperback: Johns Hopkins University Press; Revised ed. I'd like to read this book on Kindle Don't have a Kindle? Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.

Please try again later. This book was great. The writing style was straight forward and factual so if you are not into history books this one will likely be a challenge for you, but the information inside of it is so important and so interesting. How has NASA managed to exist my whole lifetime without me ever hearing about so many amazing women? I keep having this moment. Watching Hidden Figures, reading this book, reading Rocket Girl.

I had no idea. I was enthralled with each woman described within this book. I would get excited and try to remember every name and new detail so that I could share it with others later, but there was so much that I did not know, and I struggled to keep it all in my mind and accessible. I think this is a great starting point to a lot more reading! The First Women in Space Program of the 's is an endeavor that has become all but forgotten in American history.

That is until Margaret A. Weitekamp's recent book about the subject came along. During the 's, there was massive resistance in U. There were, however, visionaries such as William Randolph "Randy" Lovelace II who promoted the benefits of a strong space program.

It was not until after both the launch of the Soviet satellite Sputnik in coupled with the election of John F. Kennedy in that a strong American space program came into existence. Another prominent woman in the U. In the end, Lovelace's program came to naught due to a lack of funding, but the memory of it lives on in this splendid work. Which is why I found this book a little puzzling, as it failed to give an adequate degree of social and cultural context to the area she is discussing.

The book collects together all of the facts, and isn't inaccurate. Trailblazers of the Space Era, Outward Odyssey: A People's History of S. In one extraordinary chapter, they capture the true cultural, historical and social context of this program far better than this entire book-length treatment.

They also contrast the Soviet women in space program very well. Nevertheless, I would still recommend this book as a very interesting read into a fascinating time in American history, and congratulate the author on her great research. Margaret Weitekamp's book addresses a long-forgotten but recently rediscovered chapter in American history.

At the height of the Space Race's Cold War fervor, a mix of private and public figures made several initial moves in the direction of introducing women to America's space program.

None of these women ever really got close to becoming an astronaut due to an array of institutional and cultural constraints to their progress. They have been both lionized and marginalized by different camps over the last 40 years, with distortions and half-truths from every side. Weitekamp's book finally cuts through the clamor. It gathers an enormous array of rare and forgotten documents and details, along with oral history from the women themselves, to weave an authoritative narrative of the events.

It should earn its place as a definitive work in this area. Weitekamp's writing is precise and well-documented, with all the attention to sources and structure that academics need to be kept happy. Her focus is on gender as befits the subject , but her work gradually yields a subtle examination of the perspectives, motives and positions of the women who confront its cultural manifestations. Like all good history, this reads like a movie waiting to happen. Jackie Cochran is the most intriguing character of the lot, with her political savvy and daredevil streak taking her from setting records on the tarmac to meetings in the Oval Office.

Jerrie Cobb, the more public face of the original group of women at the climax of these events, suffered from a political naivety, but came to see the structural impediments to women perhaps more clearly than anyone. Easily the best piece of social and cultural history I've read this year. See all 4 reviews. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.

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Douglas Journal of American History "A solidly researched, fact-driven account Dean American Historical Review "This book sets a high standard for future studies of space policy and gender in politics, and includes an outstanding essay on sources that will be of great assistance to students of women's and space history. Sturdevant Space Times "Weitekamp's vivid writing brings to life the texture of American life in what she calls the 'prefeminist' era.

Gender Relations in the American Experience Paperback: Johns Hopkins University Press; Revised ed. I'd like to read this book on Kindle Don't have a Kindle?

Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. This book was great. The writing style was straight forward and factual so if you are not into history books this one will likely be a challenge for you, but the information inside of it is so important and so interesting. How has NASA managed to exist my whole lifetime without me ever hearing about so many amazing women?

I keep having this moment. Watching Hidden Figures, reading this book, reading Rocket Girl. I had no idea. I was enthralled with each woman described within this book. I would get excited and try to remember every name and new detail so that I could share it with others later, but there was so much that I did not know, and I struggled to keep it all in my mind and accessible. I think this is a great starting point to a lot more reading!

The First Women in Space Program of the 's is an endeavor that has become all but forgotten in American history. That is until Margaret A. Weitekamp's recent book about the subject came along.

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