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How To Be a Nonviolent Second-Wave Feminist

Eleanor J. Bader The Indypendent
In 47 essays written from the early 1970s to the late 1990s, prominent Second Wave feminists question how nonviolence might be applied to effectively transform violent systems of aggression, from rape to war.


Through a Grid, Darkly

Adrienne Raphel Los Angeles Review of Books
This book, writes reviewer Raphel, "is both a memoir and a cultural analysis of American crosswords from the 1910s through the 2010s."

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