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Title: History of the Chinese Women's Movement in the 20th Century Vol.1
Category: Publications
Author / editor: Gu Xiulian
Issue / time: Oct. 2008
Source: China Women's Publishing House
Summary: This two-volume History of the Chinese Women’s Movement in the 20th Century reviews the Chinese women’s movement from a social gender perspective, exploring the objective law of women’s liberation and development and showcasing its characteristics and content. The first volume examines the role of Chinese women in the common effort towards national independence and people’s liberation, and their fight against feudal oppression. It presents the entire scenario of enlightenment, awakening and advancement of the women’s movement which contributed to women’s liberation and the development of the Chinese nation.
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