Feminism: Opposing Viewpoints

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Andrea Hinding
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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