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New Left Review I/66, March-April 1971


Robin Blackburn

Comment on Magas

Robin Blackburn writes: Branka Magas’ article touches on two themes to be found in much writing on the oppression of women. One is the very common rejection of Freud because of the blatant sexism which he frequently expressed, the other is a rejection of violence in the name of supposedly feminine values. It seems very likely that the presence of these commonly encountered positions is linked to a complementary absence.

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