Daughters of the Revolution

Thrupkaew, Noy
October 2003
American Prospect;Oct2003, Vol. 14 Issue 9, pA14
Examines whether feminism as of October 2003 is still useful for women in the United States. Attitude of contemporary women toward feminists; Benefits which women now enjoy because of the efforts of the feminists of the past; Level of political participation of women; Importance for women now to defend the achievements of the feminists of the past.


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