Local women discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the Redstockings journal, "Feminist Revolution," and about some of the issues raised by the journal: leadership, separatism, cultural feminism, social issues, and men. The guests are Judith Van Allen, a socialist who has taught courses about women in politics at SF State, San Jose State and UC Berkeley's Strawberry Creek College; Nicki Sachs, radical activist and lesbian who teaches a women's work seminar at UC Berkeley; and Martha Shelley, poet and lesbian who works at the Women's Press Collective. Hosted by Susan Elisabeth, produced for KPFA by Susan Elisabeth, Nicki Sachs and Clare Freewoman. The Archives' copy of this recording lacks music cues.
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