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Feminist Contentions: A Philosophical Exchange (Thinking Gender) [Paperback]

Seyla Benhabib , Judith Butler , Drucilla Cornell , Nancy Fraser

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A decade ago a question haunted feminist theorists who had participated in the experiences of the New Left and who had come to feminism after an initial engagement with varieties of twentieth-century Marxist theory: whether Marxism and feminism were reconcilable, or whether their alliance could end only in an "unhappy marriage"? Read the first page
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