The Acceptable Face of Feminism: The Women's Institute as a Social Movement

The Acceptable Face of Feminism: The Women's Institute as a Social Movement

The Acceptable Face of Feminism: The Women's Institute as a Social Movement

The Acceptable Face of Feminism: The Women's Institute as a Social Movement

Synopsis

Although the British Women's Institute is more often associated with jam and Jerusalem than radical activity, Maggie Andrews explores its relationship with feminism from its formation in 1915 to the 1960s.
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