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Toward a Feminist Ecological Awareness
Toward a feminist ecological awareness
DanaBecker

Although I wore the uniform of the late 1960s counterculture—long hair, tie-dyed mini dresses—and was as enthusiastic a fan of its music as any of my friends, as a college student I was oddly untouched by the political essence of the times. Like my friends, I was adamantly opposed to the Vietnam War, but unlike some of them I never took part in antiwar rallies or in any of the acts of civil disobedience so common in the late 1960s. In the early days of a marriage that followed closely upon college graduation, I was dimly conscious of the fact that some women who were a few years older than I were talking about themselves in ...

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