Rejecting the Center: Radical Grassroots Politics in the 1970s — Second-wave Feminism as a Case Study

@article{Zeitz2008RejectingTC,
  title={Rejecting the Center: Radical Grassroots Politics in the 1970s — Second-wave Feminism as a Case Study},
  author={J. Zeitz},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary History},
  year={2008},
  volume={43},
  pages={673 - 688}
}
  • J. Zeitz
  • Published 2008
  • History
  • Journal of Contemporary History
On a warm summer evening in 1979, 7000 violent baseball fans staged a miniature riot at Chicago's Comiskey Park, interrupting a doubleheader between the Chicago White Sox and the Detroit Tigers and leaving their hometown stadium in tatters. 'It wasn't bad pitching that incited the mob to storm the field between games,' explained a newspaper account. 'It was disco.'1 Weeks before, in an attempt to reverse declining ticket sales, the White Sox's corporate promotions department had designated 12… Expand
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