The Extended Family: Women and Political Participation in India and Pakistan
Chanakyai Publications, 1989 - Social Science - 312 pages
Beginning With The Social Reform Movements Of The Nineteenth Century, Continuing During The Freedom Movement, And Into Contemporary India And Pakistan, The Book Makes A Major Contribution To The History Of The Indian Women`S Movement.
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The Extended Family
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WOMENS RIGHTS AND POLITICAL
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