Setting the Agenda: The Success of the 1977 Israel Women's Party

Levin, Leah Simmons
September 1999
Israel Studies;Fall1999, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p40
Academic Journal
Focuses on the representation of women in Israeli politics. Success of the Union of Hebrew Women for Equal Rights during elections; Encouragement for political participation of feminists; Activism of women in political issues.


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