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Rose Scott is a central figure in the history of Australian feminism. Judith A. Allen's pathbreaking study provides the first detailed account of Scott's remarkable record of cultural criticism and political activism. Tracing several elements of that record, including Scott's place in a complex colonial family history, her diverse web of friendships and networks, her involvement with women's suffrage and with movements concerned with sexuality, pacifism, sex equality, social policy and government, Allen examines Scott's vision and strategies toward the pursuit of sexual emancipation.
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Judith A. Allen, Professor of History and Women's Studies, Indiana University, Bloomington.
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Book Description Oxford University Press, USA, 1994. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0195548469