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Feminism and the Power of LawCarol Smart London: Routledge1989, 190 pp.

  • Alison L. Diduck (a1)

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1 (London and New York: Routledge, 1989).

2 See Hunt, , “The Big Fear: Law Confronts Postmodernism,” McGill Law Journal, 35 (1990), 507509.

3 Dworkin, , Pornography: Men Possessing Women (London: The Women's Press, 1981)

4 MacKinnon, , Feminism Unmodified: Discourses on Life and Law (London: Harvard University Press, 1987.)

5 Kuhn, , “A Feminist Interest in Pornography — Some Modest Proposals,” m/f, 5–6 (1981), 518.

6 Coward, , The Power of the Image (London: Roulledge and Kegan Paul, 1985.)

7 Brown, , “Sexual Violence and Sexuality, in Feminist Review’ in Sexuality: A Reader, (London: Virago, 1987)

8 …until women themselves have told all that they have to tell …Osgoode Hall Law Journal, 23 (1985), 519.

9 Fineman, , “Challenging Law, Establishing Differences: The Future of Feminist Legal Scholarship,” Florida Law Review, 42 (1990), 25. See also “Introduction” in Fineman, and Thomson, , eds. At the Boundary of Law (New York: Routlcdge, 1991).

10 Ebert, , “Postmodernism's Infinite VarietyVIII W.R.B., 24.

11 Feminist Practice and Post-Structuralist Theory (Oxford: Blackwell, 1987).

12 See Smart, , “Law's Power, the Sexed Body, and Feminist Discourse,” Journal of Law & Society, 17 (1990), 194.

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