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New Left Review I/61, May-June 1970


Branka Magaš

Women’s Liberation

This spring brought home to militants of both sexes the surprising fact that the Women’s Liberation Movement, which up to then had appeared to be merely so many small groups meeting at infrequent intervals, had in fact grown to the point that it could, without any extraordinary effort, muster 600 women for a weekend conference at Oxford. It thereby established itself as a force to which the Left in Britain will have to pay serious attention.

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