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The memories of a radical parliamentary woman

A Woman's Work
Forfatter: Harriet Harman
Forlag: Allen Lane (UK)
In the shadow of Labor's leadership struggles, Harriet Harman has made life easier for British women.

This article was translated by Google and R.E.

"Today's unreasonable demand is tomorrow's conventional wisdom."

Gender Revolution. I was born in 1985, in London. When I was born, the British "Sex Discrimination Act" and "The Equal Pay Act" were ten years old, while the Norwegian Gender Equality Act was seven. So I grew up in the wake of a feminist revolution, and like many my age, I have taken several benefits for granted. Raising those who fought for these laws is not only a great way to show their gratitude – it is also a reminder of how much has been constructed, and how we, through our elected representatives, shape society. In today's political climate, there are more people who advocate old gender ideals because they believe in these roles. . .

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