Toward a female liberation movement

Boston: New England Free Press, [1968?]. 32p., 8.5x11 inches, wraps, paper evenly toned, corner crease. "This article was originally published by Southern Student Organizing Committee (SSOC)"

One of the founding documents of the new radical feminism (following Hayden/King in SNCC and Booth et. al. in SDS), the authors criticize the 1967 SDS resolution on women, calling for separate groups within the organization in order to combat sexism and patriarchy within movement organizations. Also contains a section on homosexuality, largely dealing with the homophobia confronted in numerous organizations. Includes a personal summary dated June 17, 1968, looking back on the paper.

Cat.No: 69980

Price: $20.00

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