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|... not completely, by women who had been active in the civil-rights movement, in |
the anti-war movement, in student movements, and in the Left generally. There's
something contagious about demanding freedom, especially where women ...
|19 The history of the world is none other than the progress of the consciousness |
of freedom. GEORC ... 24 Freedom is the most contagious virus known to man.
HUBERT ... 36 There's something contagious about demanding freedom. ROBIN
|It is easy to believe in freedom of speech for those with whom we agree. - Mckern|
, Leo We must be willing to pay a price for freedom. - Mencken ... Montesquieu,
Charles De There's something contagious about demanding freedom. - Morgan ...
|Freedom. 704 Man is free the moment he wants to be.—Voltaire, Brutus, 1748 |
705 The poor man is never free; he serves in every ... André Malraux, speech,
November 12, 1966 717 There's something contagious about demanding
|At home, she learned early that there was a big difference between what was |
said women wanted and what women actually enjoyed. The cultural ... They
pointed out that "There's something contagious about demanding freedom. "
|There's something contagious about demanding freedom, especially where |
women, who comprise the oldest oppressed group on the face of the planet, are
concerned. Thinking we were involved in the struggle to build a new society, it
was a ...
|Once they were there, Emily exclaimed that she liked going to the theater with |
women ever so much better “than when Father is along. ... She gave Margery a
wink and whispered, 'There is something contagious about demanding freedom.
|As Robin Morgan, one of the organizers of the Miss America protest, writes in the |
introduction to Sisterhood Is Powerful, the first anthology of contemporary feminist
writing, there was something "contagious about demanding freedom, ...
|Interview, Blu Magazine, 1999 Freedom cannot be taken by any goddam judge's |
opinion. ... King, Jr. to protestors demanding fair housing in Ali's hometown of
Louisville, KY, 1967 There's something contagious about demanding freedom.
|RIANE EISLER, Sacred Pleasure, 1995 Freedom for supporters of the |
government only, for the members of one party only— no matter how big its
membership may be — is not ... There's something contagious about demanding