Impressions of the third Women and Labour conference

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Argues that, at this conference, some of the ‘old’ fights appear to have been resolved, namely the 'lesbian/straight split'; the academic/nonacademic split; the problem of men; and the marxist (or socialist) feminist/radical feminist argument. On the other hand, there were ‘new’ issues—closing workshops and venues and turning women away, whether or not to stick to formal meeting procedures, and racism.
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Thompson, Denise
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1982
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