The Dialectic of Sex: The Case for Feminist Revolution

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Morrow, 1970 - Feminism - 274 pages
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"The most articulate modern spokesman for Radical Feminism goes beyond Marx and Engels to find the source of all exploitative systems in the biological/cultural relationships between the sexes - and presents a blueprint for action in the feminist movement today." (Back cover).

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I have to admit, many different parts of Firestone's book gave me pause. For example, the concept that war (specifically World War II) was a welcomed opportunity for women to be treated as equals was ... Read full review

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With her uncompromisingly anti-family stance, Firestone is in many ways the antifeminists’ feminist: she attacks every holy cow including the Great Holy Cow, the family that so many social ... Read full review

Contents

THE DIALECTIC OF SEX
1
ON AMERICAN FEMINISM
16
THE MISGUIDED
46
Copyright

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