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radical america 1970 women's lib issue.pdf
Mari Jo Buhle, noted prof of women's history, is one of the pivotal figures in my history of the Politics of Women's Culture. Buhle, along with her husband Paul, while grad stus at the Univ. of Wisconsin, became involved in SDS and published Radical…

Marlene Dixon, recently ousted professor of sociology at the Univ. of Chicago argued that “unless the radical women get themselves together … a mass movement dominated by an ideology of “let us in’ (and not ‘set us free’) will develop.”


Six Black Women: Why Did They Die

reprint in Radical America of pamphlet Six Black Women: Why Did They Die

ALL OR NOTHING: Romaine Brooks

deals with the artist as a hero of her own making. When she died in 1970 Romaine Brooks had been neglected for decades. It was only with the 1972 exhibition organized by the then National Collection of Fine Arts…

A collection of essays based on the seventh and eight Scholar and Feminist conferences held at Barnard College, NY , in April of 1980 and 1981

poster of program

Program from the Scholar & The Feminist V Creating Feminist Works
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