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Over 150 entries of the second edition of the Historical Dictionary of Feminism (2004) have been updated, corrected, or revised for The A to Z of Feminism. Furthermore, several new entries and additional cross-references have also been added, and the chronology of feminism now extends through 2005. This paperback edition has a short bibliography of classic and contemporary materials for use by students and the general public. The dictionary, which contains several hundred cross-referenced entries on persons, organizations, key terms, canonical publications, public policies, and campaigns, addresses feminism as both a social movement and a political theory in all nations and periods.
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