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U.S. Women in Struggle

A *Feminist Studies* Anthology

Essays from the front lines during a dynamic time in women's history and activism

This collection is distinguished by its focus on women in struggle over the course of United States history and by its source: the pioneering journal Feminist Studies. From its inception, Feminist Studies and its contributors have linked scholarship to activism and made major contributions to the development of women's history. U.S. Women in Struggle gathers a selection of the strongest pieces published in the journal from the mid-1970s to the mid-1990s.


Claire Goldberg Moses is Professor Emerita of Women’s Studies and an affiliate professor of history at the University of Maryland, and the editorial director of Feminist Studies. Her books include French Feminism in the Nineteenth Century. Heidi Hartmann is the president and CEO of the Institute for Women's Policy Research and a research professor at George Washington University.

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