The Road to Greenham Common: Feminism and Anti-militarism in Britain Since 1820

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Syracuse University Press, 1991 - Political Science - 349 pages
Wojcik (humanities, Clarkson U.) examines Luke's Gospel in the light of gnostic narrative techniques. He provides a historical survey of interpretations of Luke's Gospel and outlines orthodox Christianity's rejection of gnostic elements. He concludes with his own analysis of the text, focusing on Jesus' development as a teacher. Reprint of The Long Road to Greenhan Common, Virago, 1989. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Olive Leaf Women
13
Lay Down Your Arms
23
The Brunt of War
43
Sisterhood is International
59
War Motherhood and The Hague
87
The Womens Peace Crusade
107
Wars will cease when
130
Feminism Ecofeminism Nuclear Power
197
The Pebble that Started the Avalanche
221
An Icon for the Eighties
246
Fortress Greenham?
264
Afterword
287
Notes
293
Sources
331
Index This One
339

Pacifism or AntiFascism?
152
Hiroshima to Aldermaston
172

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Jill Liddington is the author of "Female Fortune" and "Nature's Domain" and the coauthor of the influential suffrage classic "One Hand Tied Behind Us,

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