Inside the Second Wave of Feminism: Boston Female Liberation, 1968-1972 an Account by Participants (Paperback)

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Inside the Second Wave of Feminism: Boston Female Liberation, 1968-1972 an Account by Participants By Nancy Rosenstock Cover Image
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A landmark account of a key radical feminist organization, offering lessons for today's women's liberation movement.


Activist members of the radical feminist organization Boston Female Liberation provide an inside account of the group's history, strategy, and legacy in this compelling contribution to the historiography of Second Wave feminism.

Boston Female Liberation member Nancy Rosenstock expertly weaves together the reflections of her fellow-activists, describing how they became feminists, recounting the breadth of their organizing work, and linking their achievements and experience to contemporary struggles against sexism.

The book also includes ten radical feminist documents crucial to contextualizing the activity and thinking of the organization and its members.

About the Author


Nancy Rosenstock, feminist and socialist activist for five decades, was a member of Boston Female Liberation and served on the national staff of the Women's National Abortion Action Coalition in 1971. She continues to fight for abortion to be safe, legal, and accessible.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781642597042
ISBN-10: 164259704X
Publisher: Haymarket Books
Publication Date: August 1st, 2022
Pages: 202
Language: English