Politics and Feminism

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Wiley, May 4, 1999 - Political Science - 296 pages
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This book addresses the question of gender and feminism in western political theory and practise. It provides students with both the theoretical and historical underpinnings of women's exclusion from politics, and the feminist response to this exclusion.

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Barbara Arneil is an Assistant Professor in the political science department at the University of British Columbia in the area of gender and political theory. Before coming to UBC, she was Senior Policy Advisor to the Canadian Foreign Minister. Prior publications include John Locke and America: The Defense of English Colonialism, published in 1996.

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