by Philippa Levine
Simple but nice work on the titular theme. Clearly modest in historical amibitons, but within these it delivers an effective and easy to read work. Reading it I was most surprised but how unambivalent Levine was in arguing for the organizational trends of feminism in this era, and how she brought up only to explicitly reject arguments of a fundamental link to feminist imperialist and racist models. It’s a stance I’ve seen reversed in a lot of other scholarship, including if memory serves, some by Levine herself later in her career.