This book considers the experience of women as children and as mothers, and feminist critiques of gender as important sources of insight into the conduct, dynamics, and motivation of a feminist peace politics, examining the history, the scope, and the current condition of women's peace movements.
Table of Contents
Introduction -- Feminist Visions -- What Does Feminism Mean? -- Antiracism, Antisexism, and Peace -- A Gender Diary -- Mothers and Men's Wars -- Bringing Artemis to Life -- Our Greenham Common -- Feminism Challenges Militarism -- Masculinity, Heroism, and the Making of War -- Emasculating America's Linguistic Deterrent -- We Speak for the Planet -- Women and the Economics of Military Spending -- Women Organizing for Peace: Triumphs and Troubles -- Feminine Behavior and Radical Action -- Pure Milk, Not Poison -- Seneca Women's Peace Camp -- Our Greenham Common -- Afterword
Adrienne Harrid, Ynestra King