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Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Anarchism and Feminism: a historical survey

Sharif Gemie

University of Glamorgan , Pontypridd, United Kingdom
Published online: 19 Dec 2006.

ABSTRACT This article discusses a double paradox: first, that the anarchists,
so proud of their genuine commitment to anti-authoritarian politics, were yet
so blind to the oppressive effects of patriarchy. However, secondly, within this
generally male-orientated culture, there were still ambivalences in anarchist
politics, with some pockets of real sympathy for feminism. Material is drawn
from the experience of anarchists within Europe, 1840-1940.


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