The Women Most Crucial To The Feminist Movement That Emerged In The 1960 S Arrived At Their Commitment And Consciousness In Response To The Unexpected And Often Shattering Experience Of Having Their Work Minimized, Even Disregarded, By The Men They Considered To Be Their Colleagues And Fellow Crusaders In The Civil Rights And Radical New Left Movements On The Basis Of Years Of Research, Interviews With Dozens Of The Central Figures, And Her Own Personal Experience, Evans Explores How The Political Stance Of These Women Was Catalyzed And Shaped By Their Sharp Disillusionment At A Time When Their Skills As Political Activists Were Newly And Highly Developed, Enabling Them To Join Forces To Support Their Own Cause From The Trade Paperback Edition.
Sara M Evans is a distinguished scholar and Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Minnesota where she taught women s history since 1976 She lives in St Paul, Minnesota Librarians note There is than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.
- Personal Politics: The Roots of Women's Liberation in the Civil Rights Movement & the New Left
- Sara M. Evans
- 19 May 2017 Sara M. Evans