A spirited critique of current feminist theory, and a convincing argument for women serving as equal partners in the guiding of a just society. Bluestone questions whether women have special qualities that make them naturally better or worse equipped for leadership than men, arguing convincingly against sociobiological views of gender differences. An important book will be of interested to scholars in a variety of fields, especially but by no means only feminists. Well written and readable, it is also accessible to educated general readers.
Natalie Harris Bluestone edited Double Vision: Perspectives on Gender and the Visual Arts (1995).
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