Women's Movements in International Perspective: Latin America and Beyond
Until now, the analysis of gender and political inequality, and of the women's movements that have contested it, has concentrated on the West. In this wide-ranging re-evaluation, incorporating development studies and political sociology, Maxine Molyneux redresses this balance by analyzing Latin American women's movements within liberal, authoritarian, and revolutionary states. These studies of Argentina, Nicaragua, and Cuba, alongside comparative discussions of socialism, women's movements, and citizenship, examine the complex, and persistent, interaction of states and women's movements, and the diversity of responses engendered.
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