No Woman, No Revolution


Date
Title
Author
Opening

The Social Basis of the Woman Question, 1909, 8pp
Kollontai
1

On Status and Tasks of Women, Compilation, 1919 and 1920, 6pp
Lenin
2

Work Among Women, 1921, 12pp
3CCI
3

SA Womens' Charter, 1954, 3pp
FEDSAW
4

FEDSAW Problems and Membership Question, 1955, 4pp
Walker
5

ANC Womens' League Organisation, 2003, 4pp
ANCWL
6

Progressive Womens' Movement, 2006, 12pp
PWM
7

Women, Race and Class, Chapter 13, 1981, 11pp
Davis
8

Women - Caste, Class or Oppressed Sex, 1970, 8pp
Reed
9

Umsebenzi Online on Women, 2006-2009, 12pp
Nzimande
10





Included in previous versions:



Lenin on the Womens Question, 1920, 8pp
Zetkin


Socialism and Gender Equality, 2001, 12pp
Orr


Contra Orr, 2004, 12pp
Tweedie


Bristow, Future of Family, 2004, 8pp
Bristow


Postmodernism, Hindu nationalism and Vedic science, 2004, 15pp
Nanda


Barking dogs and building bridges, 2004, 7pp
Royston


On Feminists on The Subject, 2002, 2pp
Heartfield



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