Feminism: Opposing Viewpoints
Greenhaven Press, 1986 - Feminism - 261 pages
An anthology tracing the development of feminist issues from the mid-nineteenth century to the present and including debates on such topics as women and the vote, the differences between men and women, and the future of feminism.
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Why Consider Opposing Viewpoints?
An Early Feminist Debate
Voting Should Not Be Tied to Sex Differences
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American baby ballot basic become behavior Betty Friedan biological boys career child consider the following culture debate Desperate Straights dominance economic Elizabeth Cady Stanton emotional equal Erikson existence fact feel feminine Feminine Mystique feminism feminist following questions following viewpoint force freedom Friedan friends gender identity Germaine Greer girls guilty sex housewife human husband important individual industry influence innate Kate Millet labor laws less liberation lives male and female marriage married masculine men's ment Midge Decter Mona Charen moral mother motherhood nature oppression organization Phyllis Schlafly political problems relationships responsible second stage sense sex differences sex roles sexism sexual social society Sociobiology statement stereotype Steven Goldberg things tion traditional vote wage-earners wages wife woman suffrage women women's movement