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Index
abortion 21; men on pro-abortion demonstration 108
academia, and feminism 139-53, 211-19
Acker, J.28-9, 32-3
Adams, R. N.102
Adlam, D.158, 175
adolescents 50, 56; see also youth; age divisions
age divisions 26, 37, 69, 95; and consumption 45-54
agriculture, sectors within 81-2; see also farm
alcohol, status and consumption of 46-7, 51
Althusser, L.156, 171
Allauzen, M.85
Alzon, C.9, 106-28, 162
anger, importance of 9, 150-3
anthropology 61, 138, 161
anti-feminism 157, 162, 180, 183; in men 106-28, 118-19, 206-10; in women 118-19
apprentices 42, 43
appropriation of labour 168; see also 'exploitation'
L'Arc211
Archer, M. Scotford and S. Giner28 authoritarianism, men's as cause of women's oppression 112-14
authority, argument from 155, 157, 201
Bachofen, J.138
Barker, D. Leonard ans S. Allen93
Barrett, M. and M. McIntosh9, 13, 154-81
Barron, R. and G. Norris97
Bastide, H.61, 85
Beauvoir, S. de7, 55-6, 199, 210
Becouran, M. -C.85
Beechey, V.142, 153, 169
Benston, M.16, 59-60, 92
Bettleheim, B.192
biologism: in Firestone 9, 143; in Leclerc 183-209; in marxism 169-70; in psychology 217; in radical and socialist feminist thought 144
biology 23, 142; women's biology as handicap 204
Bird, C.207
Blacks, seen as primarily men 132; Black Power movement 110-12; see also race
Bland, L.et al.141
Bloch, M.101
Bloode, R. O.104
boarding school 41, 43
bodies, need to revalue women's 194-7
Boigeol, A.et al.99
Bottomore, T. B.29
Bourgeois, F.et al.143
bourgeois women 12, 72, 119-32, 135; and WLM12, 119
breast-feeding 202-3
Breton, A.208
Brittain, V.153

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