SOURCE: Boston Review
by Lynne Segal
The late writer's contributions to keeping a current of socialist radicalism in the feminist movement deserve recognition, too.
by Gabriel Winant
The journalist and social theorist wrote to force her readers to examine their own positions in society's hierarchies, not to encourage cynicism of futility, but to encourage them to see change as a long haul.
SOURCE: USA Today
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