Women and the Revolution

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Women and the Revolution

By Ethel Mannin
Dutton, 1939
314 pp. $3.00

Miss Mannin, who is of the Marxist faith, wants Anglo-Saxon women to believe in the constructive nature of revolution. To give point to her thesis she sketches the revolutionary careers of a number of women since the fall of the Bastille. In Part III she describes how social revolution would affect women in England.

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