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The Feminist Papers: From Adams to de Beauvoir (1973)

by Alice S. Rossi (Editor), Alice S. Rossi (Preface)

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A selection of documents in feminist history over the past two centuries.

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Essential reading for students of feminism, this encompasses some of the most important writing up until the start of Second Wave feminism. ( )
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Here are, as Alice Rossi claims in her well-written preface, 'the essential works of feminism, ' published over a period of 200 years. Her introductions to each section are informative and written with nonpolemical grace. -- Doris Grumbach, New Republic
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