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New Left Review I/200, July-August 1993

Dorothy Thompson interviewed by Sheila Rowbotham

The Personal and the Political

Sheila Rowbotham: Your new book, Outsiders, suggests to me a general feature of your work—an awareness of class as a general feature of society but also of the cultural nuances which bind or separate people into or between classes. Was there something in your family background which encouraged this approach?

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