Steinem's Criticism Of Feminism

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As Steinem gain popularity in her aid in the movement, she face backlash and criticism due to her association with the CIA-backed Independent Research Service. Regardless of the questions of her commitment in the movement, she extensively wrote on women’s issue such as her 1983 collection, “Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions.” In her 1995 interview conducted by Marianne Schnall, Steinem defines feminism as “the belief in the full social, economic, and political equality of males and females.” In other words, she associate feminism with share humanity
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