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Sexism and Science

Glossary, bibliography, index.

Format: Paper

251 Pages

Edition: 1st

Year: 1978

Publisher: Pathfinder Press

ISBN: 978-0-87348-541-8

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Are human beings innately aggressive? Does biology condemn women to remain the “second sex?” Taking up such biases cloaked as the findings of science, Reed explains that the disciplines closest to human life—anthropology, biology, and sociology—are permeated with rationalizations for the oppression of women and the maintenance of the established...

“This is the sort of book that one should own, one should read, and one should pass along. We all owe Evelyn Reed and her co-workers a very warm vote of gratitude. Her contribution will last, both in the hearts and in the heads of women.” —Status of Women

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