Uneasy Alliances: Women’s Organizing in the 1970s

Recent histories of the 1970s emphasize “fracture”: the collapse of the industrial economy and liberal social welfare programs, and the rise of neoliberalism. These works depict social movements as similarly fractious, divided by internal and external forces and declining in their influence. While acknowledging the myriad factors that militated against working-class organizing in these years, […]