Half the Kingdom: Seven Jewish Feminists
Independent Publishing Group, 1992 - History - 154 pages
What does it mean to be a Jewish woman in the last decade of the twentieth century? The response of seven Jewish feminists from Israel, the United States and Canada results in a provocative exchange of ideas, attitudes and opinions. The women: Shulamit Aloni, Esther Broner, Elyse Goldstein, Naomi Goldenberg, Norma Baumel Joseph, Michele Landsberg, and Alice Shalvi.
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