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A Feminist speaks... (Film)
A feminist"s view of society is given by Maryon Kataroff. She reviews the history of the feminist movement, and its background; the historical discussion on women"s roles includes an analogy to the black liberation movement. The concept of feminism, as seen by Ms. Kantaroff, reflects her own attitudes and ideas. Discussion of feminism in its present context is also given.-
|Contributions||Kantaroff, Maryon., Ryall, Solveig., Brio Films.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
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