Daring to be Bad: Radical Feminism in America, 1967-1975

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U of Minnesota Press, 1989 - Social Science - 416 pages
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Examines the most controversial and explosive shaping force in the women's movement in America, and traces its influence on modern feminism.
 

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The women's liberation movement that began in 1967 is an absorbing study in political struggle. Radical women rejecting male dominance also rejected conventional political and organizational ... Read full review

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Contents

Introduction
3
The ReEmergence of the Woman
23
The PoliticoFeminist Schism
51
Breaking Away from the Left
103
Varieties of Radical FeminismRedstockings Cell
139
The Eruption of Difference
203
The Ascendance of Cultural Feminism
243
August 1968
369
Liberation Activists
379
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Alice Echols, author of Daring to Be Bad ("fascinating"--The Nation), is a leading historian of the sixties. She has taught at UCLA and USC and has written for The Nation, The Village Voice, and the L.A. Weekly. She lives in Los Angeles.

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