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Personal Politics: The Roots of Women's Liberation in the Civil Rights Movement the New Left review ☆ eBook or Kindle ePUB ¸ [PDF / Epub] ☆ Personal Politics: The Roots of Women's Liberation in the Civil Rights Movement the New Left By Sara M. Evans &#Olitical stance of these Personal Politics eBook #215 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. A considerably easy read for a monograph which draws in the relationship between the CRM NL and the emergence of the WLM What is important to note while reading this book however is when the book was actually written and the reason as to why it was written Sara Evans is a historian who had written this monograph while she was working towards her doctrine in graduate school which was then later published in 1979 Although Evans does accredit herself to a certain degree for participating within events that could be considered a part of the feminist movement she did not participate in the events which she has written about within this monograph again important to note that this is a monograph and not a biography That being said it is important to recognize that Evans most likely wrote Personal Politics in the early to mid seventies and was making a reflection as well as pivotal connections on a not so distant past There is also one other flaw about this monograph that rubbed me the wrong way; most of the evidence that Evans has gathered which can be seen within her footnotes is taken from interviews which do not come from credible sources For example Evans often makes profound and sometimes uestionable statements in regards to certain topics but once you flip to the back of the book and see where she gathered the evidence in order to create such a statement it is usually from a sole interview Aside from these two things when the book was published and where Evans had gathered her information this is generally an easy good read

Personal Politics The Roots of Women's Liberation in the Civil Rights Movement the New LeftOlitical stance of these Personal Politics eBook #215 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. A considerably easy read for a monograph which draws in the relationship between the CRM NL and the emergence of the WLM What is important to note while reading this book however is when the book was actually written and the reason as to why it was written Sara Evans is a historian who had written this monograph while she was working towards her doctrine in graduate school which was then later published in 1979 Although Evans does accredit herself to a certain degree for participating within events that could be considered a part of the feminist movement she did not participate in the events which she has written about within this monograph again important to note that this is a monograph and not a biography That being said it is important to recognize that Evans most likely wrote Personal Politics in the early to mid seventies and was making a reflection as well as pivotal connections on a not so distant past There is also one other flaw about this monograph that rubbed me the wrong way; most of the evidence that Evans has gathered which can be seen within her footnotes is taken from interviews which do not come from credible sources For example Evans often makes profound and sometimes uestionable statements in regards to certain topics but once you flip to the back of the book and see where she gathered the evidence in order to create such a statement it is usually from a sole interview Aside from these two things when the book was published and where Evans had gathered her information this is generally an easy good read

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Personal Politics: The Roots of Women's Liberation in the Civil Rights Movement the New Left ↠ He 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 p. Unsurprisingly relevant today Perhaps we as a society have achieved some of our feminist goals but the lessons inherent in this book still stand true Perhaps not so much with just feminism but the ways in which a movement is formed that are described by Evans apply to a great many other movements Much like feminist consciousness grew out of women's participation in the Civil Rights movement so too did lesbian awareness and other oppressed groups awareness grow out of their experiences in the feminist movement It's fascinating how similar movements are to eachother That they often grow out of other movements that they often get too big and fragment that the media loves to misrepresent and how they unfortunately usually exclude certain groupsissues to further their own agendas which in turn spawns a new groupmovement representing the excluded group's interests Even over forty years later this book is 100% worth a read read ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ì Sara M. Evans

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Sara M. Evans Ì 3 read & download The women most crucial to the The Roots PDFEPUB #187 feminist movement that emerged in the 's arrived at their commitment and consciousness in response to the unexpected and often shattering experience of having their work minimized even disregarded by t. The case is well made for the masculinist climate of the white wing of the movement being responsible for the emergence of Women's LibHowever the book seems haphazardly put together with several anachronies that are not justified by thematic or theoretical concerns Diachronic or synchronic Can't have it both ways