Women's Liberation in the USA

The phrase "Women’s Liberation" was first used in the United States in 1964[29] and first appeared in print in 1966.[30] By 1968, although the term Women’s Liberation Front appeared in the magazine Ramparts, it was starting to refer to the whole women’s movement.[31] Bra-burning also became associated with the movement.[32] One of the most vocal critics of the women's liberation movement has been the African American feminist and intellectual bell hooks, who argues that the movement's glossing over of race and class was part of its failure to address "the issues that divided women". She has highlighted the lack of minority voices in the women's movement.[33]

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