墨尔本PTE 阅读排序 29212016/10/17
墨尔本PTE 阅读排序 29232016/10/17
A - "Bourgeois" feminism, so called by its more radical opponents, emphasized "individualist" feminist goals such as access to education, career opportunities, and legal equality.
B - However, despite antagonism between bourgeois feminists and socialist feminists, the two movements shared certain underlying beliefs.
C - "Socialist" feminists, by contrast, emphasized class, rather than gender, as the principal source of women’s inequality and oppression, and socialist revolution, not legal reform, as the only road to emancipation and equality.
D - Historians have identified two dominant currents in the Russian women’s movement of the late tsarist period.
Answers: D, A, C, B