Rocking the cradle of sexual politics: what happened when women said incest

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Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., 1994 - Social Science - 305 pages
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The woman who fired the first shot in The Great Incest War takes a critical, controversial look at the backlash of making an issue of incest. The once taboo topic has mushroomed today into False Memory Syndrome and adult survivors undergoing exorcisms, while legitimate concern for abused children is still overlooked.

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Armstrong, the self-professed "first walking, talking incest victim" of 1978, has written a stunning indictment of the entire victim/self-help/therapy movement. She explains how the intense media ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction i
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The Early Years
9
Its a Mental Health Problem Stupid
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Copyright

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