1 introduction battered women feminist lawmaking and equality pp 3 10 in the late 1960s a movement of feminist activists and lawyers began to bring the problem of woman abuse to public attention at that time there was no legal recognition of a harm of violence against women by intimates today known as domestic violence. Battered women and feminist lawmaking is a magnificent analysis of law social movement and challenges confronting women and their advocates schneider vividly recounts the complex lessons of two decades of experience as one of the nations leading scholars activist and teacher on these difficult issues this is a must read for anyone concerned about social change equality or the law . As recently as the 1960s the harm of domestic violence was not legally recognized this book examines how path breaking feminist activists and lawyers have brought the severity of domestic violence. Battered women and feminist lawmaking book read 3 reviews from the worlds largest community for readers an examination of the path breaking legal proc
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