Beyond Oppression: Feminist Theory and Political Strategy

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Continuum, 1990 - Feminism - 283 pages
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Explores aspects of feminist theroy and political strategy of our post-sixties and post-seventies culture by investigating obstacles to a full realization of feminist objectives. Outlines a pragmatic political strategy that can unite men and women in a movement to achieve a truly agalitarian policy.

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Hawkesworth (political science, Univ. of Louisville) has written a literate and incisive analysis of traditional and contemporary attitudes toward women. She does an excellent job of delineating the ... Read full review

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Acknowledgments
9
The Reification of Difference
17
Social Consequences of Gender Misconceptions
47
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