The Women's Movements of the United States and Western Europe: Consciousness, Political Opportunity, and Public Policy

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This upset the Jackson campaign, as Jackson had hoped it would be used to support his platform minority planks.
10.
Information in this section was based on my observations and interviews at the 1984 Republican convention in Dallas and Democratic convention in San Francisco, and on interviews with party and feminist activists in Washington, D.C. during 1984. Some of this material appeared in off our backs, February 1985, pp. 11-13, 20.
11.
This section is based on an article by the same name published in Political Science Quarterly 101, 3 ( Summer 1986): 327-56.

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