Feminist Organizing for Change: The Contemporary Women's Movement in Canada

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Focusing on the practices, ideology, organizations, and strategies of the women's liberation movement, this study documents and analyzes the struggle of the contemporary women's movement in Canada. It begins with a detailed history of the "second wave" (post-1960), and makes a primary distinction between grass-roots and institutionalized feminism. Emphasizing the former, the book reveals a part of feminist organizing that has often been invisible.

Feminist Organizing for Change: The Contemporary Women's Movement in Canada 1989, Oxford University Press, USA, Toronto, Canada

ISBN-13: 9780195406580

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