What are the goals of feminism according to hooks? How do feminists seek to accomplish the goals that the movement has set in the way hooks portrays these events? Why are these goals important?
What is the difference between reformist thinkers and revolutionary thinkers?
How did some women actually slow down the progress of the feminist movement in hooks' opinion?
What does hooks mean when she says that one of feminism's greatest foes was the "enemy within"? Do you agree with her on this issue? Why or why not?
How and why was literature significant to the feminist movement in the way that hooks portrays it? How did literature written by women contribute to the end of gender bias in curricula?
What are some ways that hooks suggests feminism can gain momentum? Which ideas seem most realistic or practical? Why?
Hooks claims what were the effects of the...
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