The politics of community: a feminist critique of the liberal-communitarian debate

Buffalo: University of Toronto Press. Edited by Nicola Lacey (1993)
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In this text, the authors examine the relationship between political and feminist theory, characterizing and criticizing liberalism and communitarianism from a feminist perspective.

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