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Reclaiming Libertarian Feminism's Radical Legacy

Roderick Long and Charles Johnson presented a provocative paper on the topic of libertarianism and feminism at a recent conference. Long has linked to that paper in his L&P post, "Reclaiming Libertarian Feminism's Radical Legacy," and I left a brief comment here. Also check out Robert Campbell's L&P post, with its scores of comments: "Are Andrea Dworkin's Instincts Anti-Authoritarian?"