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Socialist Feminism and 1968

Anne McElvoy traces the rise of the Women's Liberation Movement and its impact on the story of British socialism.

Anne McElvoy explores how the Women's Liberation Movement and the politics of 1968 changed the language of socialism in Britain by reconciling the politics of identity with a wider socialist politics.

Professor Sally Alexander, Goldsmith University of London
Professor Barbara Taylor, Queen Mary University of London
Professor Jon Lawrence, University of Exeter

Producer: Sarah Shebbeare.

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15 minutes