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A conflict of interest : women in German social democracy, 1919-1933 /
Renate Pore.
imprint
Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, c1981.
description
xviii, 129 p. --
ISBN
0313228566 (lib. bdg.)
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author
imprint
Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, c1981.
isbn
0313228566 (lib. bdg.)
general note
Includes index.
catalogue key
1633104
 
Bibliography: p. [113]-124.
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'œPore's book should be read not only by those interested in feminism and socialism in modern European history, but by all students and scholars who want to understand why it has been so hard to free women. A Conflict of Interest...demonstrates in concise and well-argued words, the contradictions between feminism and socialism within a larger movement of social change.'' Jean C. Robinson, Director, Women's Studies Program, Indiana University
'Pore's book should be read not only by those interested in feminism and socialism in modern European history, but by all students and scholars who want to understand why it has been so hard to free women. A Conflict of Interest...demonstrates in concise and well-argued words, the contradictions between feminism and socialism within a larger movement of social change.'-Jean C. Robinson, Director, Women's Studies Program, Indiana University
"Pore's book should be read not only by those interested in feminism and socialism in modern European history, but by all students and scholars who want to understand why it has been so hard to free women. A Conflict of Interest...demonstrates in concise and well-argued words, the contradictions between feminism and socialism within a larger movement of social change."-Jean C. Robinson, Director, Women's Studies Program, Indiana University
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