Breaching the Peace
Cover title: Breaching the peace: a collection of radical feminist papers. Most of the papers here were written for a radical feminist half-day workshop called 'The Women's Liberation Movement versus The Women's Peace Movement or How Dare You Presume I went to Greenham?' held at A Woman's Place in London on 10 April, 1983. Contents: Not weaving but frowning / Frankie Green -- Greenham common and all that / Lynn lderson -- Essay / Trisha Longdon -- Is Greenham feminist? / Some London revolutionary feminists -- Essay / Lilian Mohin -- Support these women for their children's sake / Sara Scott -- Essay / Jacky Bishop -- Essay / Brenda Whisker -- Getting out of Greenham / Margrit -- letter / Sophie Laws.
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Is Greenham Feminist? by some London Revolutionary
essay by Jacky Bishop
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