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DONNA HARAWAY, "A CYBORG MANIFESTO SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND SOCIALIST-FEMINISM IN THE LATE TWENTIETH CENTURY," IN SIMIANS, CYBORGS AND WOMEN: THE REINVENTION OF NATURE (NEW YORK; ROUTLEDGE, 1991), PP.149- 181

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  title={DONNA HARAWAY, "A CYBORG MANIFESTO SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND SOCIALIST-FEMINISM IN THE LATE TWENTIETH CENTURY," IN SIMIANS, CYBORGS AND WOMEN: THE REINVENTION OF NATURE (NEW YORK; ROUTLEDGE, 1991), PP.149- 181},
  author={Donna Jeanne Haraway},
  year={2006}
}
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Socialist feminists attempted to integrate the fight for women's liberation with the struggle against other oppressive systems based on race, class, or economic status
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