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Women in Love: Feminism and the Problem of Romance

The women's movement has launched sustained critiques of marriage, romance and the fantasy of happily ever after, so what place can love occupy in the life of a feminist? Dr. Lisa Johnson discusses the effects of feminist theorists to make sense of this overwhelming emotion.

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