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Political Protest and Cultural Revolution: Nonviolent Direct Action in the 1970s and 1980s
From her perspective as both participant and observer, Barbara Epstein examines the nonviolent direct action movement which, inspired by the civil rights movement, flourished in the United StatesExpand
Anarchism and the Anti-Globalization Movement
Many among today's young radical activists, especially those at the center of the anti-globalization and anti-corporate movements, call themselves anarchists. But the intellectual/philosophicalExpand
The Minsk Ghetto
Cultural Politics and Social Movements
Introduction Part I: Activists and Academics 1. "Political Correctness" and Collective Powerlessness -- Barbara Epstein 2. Community and Academic Intellectuals: The Conquest for Cultural Authority inExpand
The Politics of Domesticity: Women, Evangelism, and Temperance in Nineteenth-Century America
"Absent from History" by Christine Faure, translated by Lillian S. Robinson, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 71-80 "Accumulation, Reproduction, and Women's Role in Economic Development: Boserup Revisited" byExpand
Women and American Socialism, 1870-1920.
Looks at different types of bicycles, gives tips on riding in city traffic, and shows how to avoid the most common cycling accidents.
What Happened to the Women's Movement?
From the late sixties into the eighties there was a vibrant women's movement in the United States. Culturally influential and politically powerful, on its liberal side this movement included nationalExpand
Feminist Consciousness After the Women's Movement
There is no longer an organized feminist movement in the United States that influences the lives and actions of millions of women and engages their political support. There are many organizations,Expand
The Successes and Failures of Feminism
Ihave been trying to figure out for several years how feminism should go forward. This seems to me to be the perfect audience to present these ideas to, and get reactions from, so I am going to tryExpand