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Issue Details: First known date: 2001... 2001 'Every Woman a Mother' : Radical Intellectuals, Sex Reform and the 'Woman Question' in Australia, 1890-1918
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'The purpose of this article is to explore the responses of a small number of male and female radicals to some of the ideas associated with the mainstream Australian women's movement int the period 1890-1918. It is not a comprehensive survey but, rather, a set of case studies that seeks to contribute to our understanding of the relationship between the women's movement and other versions of political radicalism, especially the intersections of feminism, socialism and the broader impulse towards sex reform' (44).

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    y separately published work icon Hecate Hecate : An Interdisciplinary Journal of Women's Liberation vol. 27 no. 1 2001 Z895544 2001 periodical issue Issue has two main critical sections - Focus on Eleanor Dark and Focus on Younger Women - as well as creative writing. 2001 pg. 44-64
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