Letters from a war zone

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Lawrence Hill Books, 1988 - Social Science - 337 pages
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The nonconformist and social commentator discusses her experiences as a woman and a battered wife, her life of demonstrating, organizing, and addressing other women and the government, and the current state of the women's movement

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Even though the x-rating is in an obsolete rating system today, the book could not be any more relevant. The speeches are captivating, and the source of oppression (unfortunately) are still quite similar. I highly recommend it. Read full review

Review: Letters from a War Zone

User Review  - Goodreads

Even though the x-rating is in an obsolete rating system today, the book could not be any more relevant. The speeches are captivating, and the source of oppression (unfortunately) are still quite similar. I highly recommend it. Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
3
The Lie
9
Pornography and Grief
19
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Dr. Andrea S. Dworkin has a doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine (ND) and a PhD in Nutrition, as well as Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Chemistry, which gives her a strong background in toxicology and an understanding of how chemical toxins and nutrients affect the body. She has also worked as a practitioner at the Center for Advanced Medicine. Dr. Dworkin has coauthored, with Dr. Kellas, Surviving the Toxic Crisis and Thriving in a Toxic World.

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