Sheila Jeffreys on Kate Millett

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…[R]adical feminist scholar Sheila Jeffreys talks about the influence of Kate Millett on the course of feminist thinking, most particularly through her book Sexual Politics (1970). Jeffreys gives a summary of the key ideas of Millett’s work and goes on to propose the greater-than-ever need to apply these ideas to society today.

Watch Part One here.

Watch Part Two here.

–Ann Bartow

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