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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Fire with fire.
New York : Random House, ©1993
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|Description:||xix, 373 pages ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||pt. 1. The decline of the masculine empire, Anita Hill, and the genderquake. 1. Fault line. 2. The decline of the masculine empire. 3. Genderquake: the evidence. 4. Diana, Sheba, and Nike: change in consciousness --
Women learn to imagine triumph --
pt. 2. What went wrong? How so many women and their movement parted ways. 5. Out of touch? 6. Plagues of a movement: sixties hangover, dyke-baiting, and silencing on the job. 7. Media omission and intellectual polarization: how to suffocate the ideas of a revolution. 8. Oxygen deprivation: bad intellectual habits --
pt. 3. Victim feminism versus power feminism. 9. Two traditions. 10. Core mythology of victim feminism. 11. Case studies. 12. How the traditions clash today. 13. Victim feminism's recent impasses. 14. The turning point --
pt. 4. Toward a new psychology of female power. 15. Are we ready to embrace equality? 16. The feminine fear of power --
pt. 5. What do we do now? Power feminism in action. 17. New psychological strategies. 18. What we can do now.