Liberty and Feminism
By Richard A. Epstein
This article appeared in the Summer 1999 issue of The Independent Review.
A few decades ago, the womens movement typically sought support for legal and political inclusion by appealing to individualist sensibilities. Ironically, those arguments often militate against the agenda of many of todays feminists.
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