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“... Feminists used to know what they wanted. They wanted women to share the rights, the opportunities and as much of a place in the sun as men enjoy. Variations on this agenda were agreed in pioneering days, and shared until very recently by liberals, Marxists and the ordinary feminist in the street. In the Eighties a lot changed. Carol Gilligan’s In a Different Voice, published in 1982, was a major catalyst ...”