Sweet Freedom: The Struggle For Women's Liberation
"Sweet Freedom" tells the story of the women's movement as one of the most far-reaching political developments of our time. Examining both the successes and failures of the movement, Anna Coote and Beatrix Campbell chart the revolution that has penetrated almost every aspect of our economy and culture, our language and our consciousness. This new edition, fully revised and updated, takes into account the developments of the 1980s: Greenham Common and the peace movement; the action of the miners' wives in the 1984-85 miners' strike; the growth of the black women's movement; the campaign against sexual harassment; the new law for equal pay for work of equal value; women's campaigns in the Labour Party; and the pioneering work of women's committees in metropolitan and local authorities. This work is aimed at general readers, students of Women's Studies, Sociology and modern British society.
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