Socialist Women
European Socialist Feminism in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries

Boxer, Marilyn J.; Quataert, Jean H., Eds.
Publisher:  Elsevier North-Holland
Year Published:  1978  
Pages:  260pp   ISBN:  0444990429, 9780444990426
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX22825

A collection of essays on women, feminism and socialism through the 19th and 20th centuries.

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Tabel of Contents:

The class and sex connection : An introduction / Marilyn J. Boxer and Jean H. Quataert
Feminism and socialism: The utopian synthesis of Flora Tristan / S. Joan Moon
From separatism to socialism: Women in the Russian revolutionary movement of the 1870s / Barbara Alpern Engel
Socialism faces feminism: The failure of synthesis in France, 1879-1914 / Marilyn J. Boxer
Unequal partners in an uneasy alliance: Women and the working class in imperial Germany / Jean H. Quataert
The Marxist ambivalence toward women: Between socialism and feminism in the Italian Socialist Party / Claire LaVigna
Bolshevism, the woman question, and Aleksandra Kollontai / Beatrice Farnsworth
Five socialist women: Traditionalist conflicts and socialist visions in Austria, 1893-1934 / Ingrun Lafleur.

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