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  • Yet what's commonly referred to as second-wave feminism the 1960s and '70s version is not, in fact, the entirety of a movement that is still going on, albeit in different ways, and it's now commonly understood that there are "feminisms" -- strands of feminism -- rather than one monolithic version.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Along with those of other so-called second-wave directors in Hong Kong, Law’s films are moody and strive to communicate the postmodern disconnect of the time.

    Crazy Like Us

  • So how religious currents interacted with second-wave feminism in the last half of the twentieth century is an intriguing puzzle.

    American Grace

  • "The main advantage of kicking the can is safeguarding particularly Portugal and Ireland, but also the second-wave of countries, Spain and Italy," says Marco Annunziata, chief economist at General Electric Co.

    Move Buys Time for Greece, But Growing Debt Looms

  • Just one hard-edged painting from 1969 represents Reed's work in the Corcoran's "Washington Color and Light" retrospective, which features all six Washington Color School painters alongside Sam Gilliam, Anne Truitt and a few other second-wave artists connected with the Color School.

    Paul Reed, the last of the Washington Color School, is still painting

  • But hey, go on believing your second-wave feminist nonsense.

    Matthew Yglesias » Stark Contrast

  • I would, in the spirit of a gleeful, parodic, kidding-on-the-square reply to Gloria Steinem, like to offer my own list of 15 ways the media would be different if it were 97-percent run by second-wave cis feminists (rather than those feminists with a more inclusive view) instead of being 97-percent run by (presumably cis) men:

    Valerie Keefe: Degender Her, Erase Her, Deny Her, Quip She's an 'It'

  • Caitlin Flanagan's cover story (as of this writing, not yet on line) for the March issue of The Atlantic Monthly is on the crucial role played by female immigrant workers in the "have-it-all" lifestyle of professional women with children. one of the noblest tenets of second-wave feminism collapsed like a house of cards.

    Immigrant Labor Market Issues, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Early market entrants seem to have an advantage, but also often make costly initial mistakes, making life easier for alert second-wave competitors.

    Developing Countries Offer Retailers Something They Can't Find Elsewhere: Growth

  • She also took an attitude toward men that was 180 degrees from that at the heart of second-wave feminism: she viewed them, not as oppressors to be vanquished, but as resources (economic, sexual, professional) to be tapped.

    Sex and the Married Man

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