Review: Radical Sisters

Radical Sisters by Anne M. Valk


While it would be dishonest of me to say that I am utterly loving my women’s history class, I am quite enjoying learning about second-wave feminism. Through my exploration of music and film, I’m starting to get a better handle on the sixties and seventies. (Slate is helping this along, what with their recreation of the Beatles’ career in real time, bless them.) Getting a handle on the politics, especially the politics that directly relate to and result in me, is just another way to understand the recent past. So my final paper for the class naturally focuses on second-wave feminism.

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