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feminism in Women topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfeminismfem‧i‧nis‧m /ˈfemənɪzəm/ noun [uncountable]  SSWthe belief that women should have the same rights and opportunities as men
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feminismJ.B. I don't want to be too obvious about feminism.There were many close links between social reform movements and feminism.It was' 68, and we were both, you know, radical, and civil rights, and feminism.So does feminism have anything to offer?But most of all she won because she understood what was finally at stake in feminism.The last component of the rainbow coalition that I want to refer to is feminism.the civilising influence of feminismThe use of the term feminism here requires explanation.It currently represents 300,000 women with different attitudes to feminism, different class positions, gender orientations and party political affiliations.