The Public Interest

Power play

Karina Rollins

Summer 1994

WOMEN’S FIGHT FOR equality did not end when women won the vote seventy-three years ago. Equal in theory but often not in practice, many women turned to feminism to help them fight the remainders of inequality. While these remainders were real, the feminist movement of the 1960s and beyond frequently degenerated into extremism and radical excess.

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