The Revolution in Words

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Cheris Kramarae, Lana F. Rakow
Routledge, Apr 15, 2013 - History - 336 pages
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First published in 1990. The revolution is one of the most radical periodicals of the Western women's movement. Though it only lasted a few years, it drew considerable attention to the courage and eloquence of its editors and contributors. The volume presents a wide range of exerpts from the periodical, evoking the undeminished power of these women's voices
  

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Contents

Introduction
1
1 Onward the Revolution
14
2 Aristocracy of Sex
47
3 Hester Vaughanism
73
4 The Bread Question
91
5 Mans Sphere
115
6 Going to Unfashionable Lengths
140
7 ManDated Language
161
8 What About the Babies?
190
9 All the Rights I Want
217
10 Becoming Perfect Nuisances
238
Women of The Revolution
259
Index
283
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About the author (2013)

Kramarae is Professor Emerita, University of Illinois and Visiting Professor, Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon.

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