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Banaszak, Lee Ann

Women`s movement inside and outside the state - New York Cambridge University Press 2010 - xv,247p.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Blurring the conceptual boundaries between the women's movement and the state -- Moving feminist activists inside the state: the context of the second wave -- Who are movement insiders? -- Mobilizing and organizing the second wave -- Choosing tactics inside and outside the state -- How insider feminists changed policy -- Changing with the times : how presidential administrations affect feminist activists inside the state -- What insider feminists tell us about women's movements, social movements, and the state.


Feminism--History.--United States
Women in the civil service--History.--United States
Women--Political activity--History.--United States
Women social reformers--History.--United States
Feminist political geography--United States.
Feminist theory--United States.

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