The United States - This place is the social, political, and economic setting for the author's experience and analysis. She argues that the feminist movement must struggle against the complexity of oppressions here, which it must attempt to change at a systemic level.
Margin and Center - Within contemporary society, the author suggests, there are two broadly defined groups of people: those who live according to the rules set in place by the system, and those who live outside those rules. The author's theoretical assertion is that feminism is a movement of empowerment that works from the outside in, and should include everyone.
The Feminine Mystique - This book, written by an early feminist author, was one of the first and most notable books ever written on the subject of women's condition in society. Yet, the author contends that its theoretical and practical premise is essentially flawed because it...
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