Ch. 1. Respectable Ponce: Deciphering the Codes of Power, 1855-1898
Ch. 2. Motherhood, Marriage, and Morality: Male Liberals and Bourgeois Feminists, 1873-1898
Ch. 3. Decent Men and Unruly Women: Prostitution in Ponce, 1890-1900
Ch. 4. Marriage and Divorce in the Formation of the New Colonial Order, 1898-1910
Ch. 5. Slavery, Sexuality, and the Early Labor Movement, 1900-1917
Ch. 6. Saving Democracy: Debating Prostitution during World War I.