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“Living Without Fear: An Integrated Approach to Tackling Violence Against Women,” Conference Report of the Home Office Special Conference on Violence against Women, 24-25 November 1999 (London: Home Office/Women’s Unit, 1999) at http://www.womens-unit.gov.uk/living_without_fear/.

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Directory: class -> fs101 -> docs -> finalmss -> biblio
biblio -> Partway through I stopped using the ‘fill’ code too much to fill; so please proof and add anything missing chapter Four: The Politics of Identity in U. S. Feminist Movements
biblio -> Add rrosenberg on beyond sep spheres re clark etc Rosalind Rosenberg
biblio -> Note ":" indicates what I thought was most likely the book or article needing to be cited when an author without a title was listed, so some of these may not be the intended books/articles. Please check!
biblio -> Where a source was listed twice in a chapter, I deleted the duplicate reference, keeping any page or topic references…
biblio -> Sources Consulted and Further Reading
biblio -> 1Sources Consulted and Further Reading: Chapter One
docs -> Feminist Studies 101/History 173c professor Estelle Freedman Autumn, 2000 History 200-07, 3-4951
biblio -> Guide to sources consulted

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