Freedom Bound II: Documents on Women in Modern Australia

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Allen & Unwin, 1995 - Australia - 208 pages
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Explores the role of women in twentieth century Australia and shows how the individual's interpretation of freedom was shaped by the particular form of oppression under which she was suffering - Divided into three periods, 1900-1920, 1941-1968, and the period of liberation, 1969-1993_______________

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Marilyn Lake is the Australian Studies chair at Harvard University. She is the author of Getting Equal, Double Time, Australians at Work, Divided Society, and Limits of Hope and the coauthor of Creating a Nation.

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