The Two Worlds of Belle Case La Follette: The "two worlds" referred to in the title consisted of the private family life and the public political life of Belle La Follette (1859-1931). Within a biographical format, author Nancy Unger reviews La Follette's involvement in campaigns for women's rights, disarmament, and civil rights, and details her complex relationship with her husband. She discusses the social forces in La Follette's life, including Victorian gender roles, the temperance and suffrage movements, and the rising tide of progressive reform. Using diaries and letters, she describes the La Follettes' courtship, marriage, and family life in great detail. Unger also delineates where and why La Follette's views differed from those of her husband, and concisely summarizes her place in American history during the Progressive Era. The article is the best short biography of Belle Case La Follette. (29 pages).