Women’s Liberation and the Dialectics of Revolution
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“Challenging, passionate, witty, and deeply learned, Dunayevskaya’s voice speaks in this new edition to a whole new generation. It was never more needed.” —Adrienne Rich
“Those who have dedicated our lives to the creation of more just societies stand back now and take stock of the disintegration of so many of the socialist experiments. Feminism was palpably missing from those plans drawn up by men. Raya Dunayevskaya knew the importance of a feminist vision and hers informed the Marxist-Humanism she explained so well. Women’s Liberation and the Dialectics of Revolution is as relevant today as when it was written, perhaps more so. This is necessary reading for all who want to know what went wrong and how to do it better next time.” —Margaret Randall
“There is a wonderful spirit in this book, and it is badly needed in this time of questioning and new problems.” —Meridel LeSueur
“Raya’s writings are phenomenal yet so clear and logical. Phenomenal in the sense that race, class, and gender are given in her conceptual analysis of events. Simultaneously she shows the connectedness, the relationship of these events on a worldwide basis. Her writings are so lucid that old and new feminists can readily grasp the historical complexities of women’s liberation and revolution. . . . All races, all classes, all genders will profit immensely from reading her works.” —Gloria I. Joseph
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