Ti-Grace Atkinson was a leading radical feminist, a founding member of the New York chapter of the National Organization for Women, and, in 1968, a founder of the cadre-oriented group The Feminists. This collection of Atkinson's writings is comprised mostly of adapted versions of lectures delivered around the country between 1968 and 1972. In these incendiary lectures Atkinson argues for radical feminist positions on a wide range of issues, including marriage, love, abortion, lesbianism, and the role of older women in the movement. Also included are dramatic photographs, a series of tactical "strategy charts" for the revolution, and Atkinson's letter of resignation from NOW.
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