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Free Women Of Spain: Anarchism and the Struggle for the Emancipation of Women Paperback – 1 Aug 2004
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About the Author
Martha Ackelsberg is a Professor of Government and a member of the Women's Studies Program Committee at Smith College, where she teaches courses in political theory, urban politics, political activism, and feminist theory. She has contributed to a variety of anthologies on women's political activism in the United States.
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A fascinating glimpse of a much ignored chapter of radical womyn's herstory
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In "Free Women of Spain", Martha Ackelsberg does an excellent job documenting the lives and struggles of Mujeres Libres, a revolutionary organization of Spanish libertarian socialist women fighting against capitalism, fascism and patriarchy. This outstanding book will resonate with activists today engaged in class war feminism (not to be confused with the liberal, corporate, reformist women's movement, i.e. Hilary Clinton or NOW). Not only is the book informative, it is also a real page-turner! I highly recommend this book!
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