From Feminism to Liberation

At the end of the 1960s, the women's liberation movement proc laimed the emergence of a new American feminism which would make the leap from feminism to liberation. In the second decade of the feminist revival in America, the women's movement feels a collective responsibility to make an interim report, to record the history of the movement for those who come after its ecstatic beginnings. Moreover, a decade seems a natural interval to evaluate the errors and the lasting triumphs of this developing movement.