The Future for Women’s Struggle for Social Justice and Full Citizenship: A Comprehensive Peace
Peggy Antrobus’ ‘Feminism as Transformational Politics: Towards Possibilities for Another World’ takes a sweeping view of the larger structural context of women’s rights, control of resources and position in the regressive global order. Antrobus the writer and Antrobus the socialist feminist come together in a powerful indictment of the new order being created 13 years ago. She asks questions about the history of regressive forces that underwrite women’s struggles, and block their agendas and political practices for equality.
KeywordsCivil Society Political Participation Civil Society Organization Multicultural Society Global Equity
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