Two Views of "The Class Roots of Feminism"
AbstractIn the last ten years or so, historians and social theorists of all political persuasions have responded to the rapidly changing participation of women in various spheres of social life by taking up, once again, "the woman question." For the left the issue should be especially acute, for our goal is to transform the very conditions within which this so-called woman question has been posed. Such a transformation involves the development of theory, of concrete analyses of the current situation, of strategy, and of lines that can be tested in practice.
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