Varieties of Feminism: German Gender Politics in Global Perspective

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ABM (special make-work programs), 158, 163–64, 170. See also Unemployment; Wende
Abortion: methods, legalization, and limits on (§218), 45, 62–66, 145, 146–55, 162, 173, 242nn40, 41, 257n28; methods, legalization, and limits on in GDR, 65, 73, 245n38, 256n8; methods, legalization, and limits on in US, 64, 81, 245n32, 246n38; party positions on, 40, 62, 115, 141, 146, 147, 150, 152, 209, 242n40. See also Abortion rights activism; Bundestag; Constitutional Court (FRG), decisions; Self-determination
Abortion rights activism: in first-wave feminism, 22, 37–42, 242nn37, 39; in 1960s & 1970s, 54, 56, 62–65, 70, 89–90, 107, 245n36; in 1980s & 1990s, 115, 145, 146–54, 162, 173, 245n33; in the US, 115, 220–21. See also Schwarzer, Alice; Wende; Women’s Health Center (Frankfurt)
Abortion tourism, 65, 89–90. See also Abortion rights activism, in 1960s & 1970s
Action Group for the Liberation of Women, 53–59. See also Berlin, protests and projects in; Feminist groups, autonomous; Frankfurt am Main, feminist projects and protests; Childcare, Kinderläden
Affirmative action, 28, 48, 121, 124–28, 131–34, 160, 186–88, 192–93, 212, 238n25, 255n59. See also Antidiscrimination politics; Frauenförderung, Frauenpolitik; Race
African American, 10, 84; models of discrimination, 27–28, 169, 221–23, 226, 229; theory, theorists, 27–28, 99–100, 264n6. See also Antidiscrimination politics; Diversity; Immigration; Race
Agendas, policy, 11–12, 14–16, 18, 22, 55–56, 70, 108, 112–13, 116, 121, 136, 145–47, 151, 184, 188, 206, 211, 224, 227, 238n24. See also Framing; Opportunity structures
Alternative List, 116–21, 129, 252nn6, 7. See also Alternative movements; Autonomy; Greens/Green party
Alternative movements, mixed gender: in FRG, 55, 58, 67, 86–96, 103–4, 111–21, 136, 179, 181–82, 195, 205; in GDR, 104–6, 135–40, 155–56. See also Dissidents (GDR)
Antidiscrimination politics: in EU, 178, 188–92, 198–99, 211–12, 265n43; in FRG, 3, 80, 124– 31, 157, 161–62, 170, 190–92, 198–99, 202, 206–7, 211–12, 225; in GDR, 140, 157–62; reverse discrimination discourses, 28, 190– 92, 220; in US, 1, 19, 28–29, 71, 76, 81, 196–98, 220, 229, 266n64. See also Affirmative action; Bundestag; Employment,

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