Right-Wing Women

The Politics of Domesticated Females

Paperback, 255 pages

English language

Published Jan. 31, 1983 by Perigee Trade.

ISBN:
9780399506710
OCLC Number:
8476862

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What does the Right offer to women? How does the Right mobilize women? Why is the Right succeeding in opposing women's rights? With the stark precision and forceful passion that characterize all of her work, Andrea Dworkin answers these timely questions. And by providing the first clear analysis of the impact on women of the Right's position on abortion, homosexuality, anti-Semitism, female poverty, and antifeminism, she demonstrates how the Right attempts both to exploit and to quiet women's deepest fears.

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Subjects

  • Women's rights -- United States
  • Conservatism -- United States
  • Right and left (Political science)