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Unformatted text preview: Why is feminism simply not a lifestyle according to hooks? Why she argues that it is important for women and men to say that they support the feminist goals rather them "i'm a feminist"? Can, according to hooks and feminism be apolitical? What is hooks position on liberal feminism? The F-Word What are the major successes of the Second Wave US womens movement? What are some of the differences between Second and Third Wave feminism? What are some of the disctinctive characteristic of the Third Wave? What, is the symptom of young womens lack of involvement?...
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