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Daring to Be Bad: Radical Feminism in America 1967–1975

Daring to Be Bad: Radical Feminism in America 1967–1975 academics, Trautmann’s net is cast wide was that it identified exit from the war “as the concept of sisterhood among American enough to trap a democratic readership of the essential issue of American foreign pol- women and to identify those areas of social intelligent laymen. For unlike Wartegg, icy and national identity.” and economic life in which conflict rather Trautmann is no narrow elitist, and in In May 1990, the University of Toledo than cooperation characterized women’s re- Travels on the Lower Mississippi he has and the Council on Peace Research in His- lationships with each other. What follows is given history buffs, regionalists, environ- tory sponsored a two-day conference in a series of articles on native American wom- mentalists, and lovers of travel literature a Toledo on the Vietnam antiwar movement en by such scholars as Rayna Green and great gift: a thoroughly readable and grace- in memory of Charles DeBenedetti. Publi- Joan M. Jensen; on black women by Deb- fully written text. cation of An American Ordeal occurred orah Gray White and Elsa Barkley Brown; during the conference. Participants in a on working-class women by Alice Kessler- LYNNE LOSCHKY panel discussing the book used words such Harris, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png History: Reviews of New Books Taylor & Francis

Daring to Be Bad: Radical Feminism in America 1967–1975

History: Reviews of New Books , Volume 19 (3): 2 – Jan 1, 1991

Daring to Be Bad: Radical Feminism in America 1967–1975

History: Reviews of New Books , Volume 19 (3): 2 – Jan 1, 1991

Abstract

academics, Trautmann’s net is cast wide was that it identified exit from the war “as the concept of sisterhood among American enough to trap a democratic readership of the essential issue of American foreign pol- women and to identify those areas of social intelligent laymen. For unlike Wartegg, icy and national identity.” and economic life in which conflict rather Trautmann is no narrow elitist, and in In May 1990, the University of Toledo than cooperation characterized women’s re- Travels on the Lower Mississippi he has and the Council on Peace Research in His- lationships with each other. What follows is given history buffs, regionalists, environ- tory sponsored a two-day conference in a series of articles on native American wom- mentalists, and lovers of travel literature a Toledo on the Vietnam antiwar movement en by such scholars as Rayna Green and great gift: a thoroughly readable and grace- in memory of Charles DeBenedetti. Publi- Joan M. Jensen; on black women by Deb- fully written text. cation of An American Ordeal occurred orah Gray White and Elsa Barkley Brown; during the conference. Participants in a on working-class women by Alice Kessler- LYNNE LOSCHKY panel discussing the book used words such Harris,

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Taylor & Francis
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Copyright Taylor & Francis Group, LLC
ISSN
1930-8280
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0361-2759
DOI
10.1080/03612759.1991.9949239
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Abstract

academics, Trautmann’s net is cast wide was that it identified exit from the war “as the concept of sisterhood among American enough to trap a democratic readership of the essential issue of American foreign pol- women and to identify those areas of social intelligent laymen. For unlike Wartegg, icy and national identity.” and economic life in which conflict rather Trautmann is no narrow elitist, and in In May 1990, the University of Toledo than cooperation characterized women’s re- Travels on the Lower Mississippi he has and the Council on Peace Research in His- lationships with each other. What follows is given history buffs, regionalists, environ- tory sponsored a two-day conference in a series of articles on native American wom- mentalists, and lovers of travel literature a Toledo on the Vietnam antiwar movement en by such scholars as Rayna Green and great gift: a thoroughly readable and grace- in memory of Charles DeBenedetti. Publi- Joan M. Jensen; on black women by Deb- fully written text. cation of An American Ordeal occurred orah Gray White and Elsa Barkley Brown; during the conference. Participants in a on working-class women by Alice Kessler- LYNNE LOSCHKY panel discussing the book used words such Harris,

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History: Reviews of New BooksTaylor & Francis

Published: Jan 1, 1991

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