Questioning Gender Roles
Myths of Gender: Biological Theories about Women and Men [Book], by Anne Fausto-Sterling. Basic Books, Inc., Publishers: NY (1985) 258 pp.
Sexing the Body: Gender Politics and the Construction of Sexuality,
by Anne Fausto-Sterling. Basic Books, Inc., Publishers: NY. 480 pp.
This path-breaking study of gender and sexuality is the first to go beyond the nature/nurture debate to offer an alternate framework for considering questions of sex and sexuality.
Through an inquiry into intersexuals, or hermaphrodites, a biologist questions the ways that science has defined human sexuality and examines both the scientific and cultural debates about sexual identity. Fausto-Sterling's earlier work, Myths of Gender, has become a standard text in women's studies courses.
The Mismeasure of Woman: Why Women are not the Inferior Sex, the Superior Sex, or the Opposite Sex [Book], by Carol Tavris. 1992. 398 pages.
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The Democrats: A Critical History, [Book], by Lance Selfa. Haymarket Books: Chicago. (2008) 241 pp. See Amazon.com.
The Green Alternative: Creating an Ecological Future [Book], by Brian Tokar.
New Society Publishers: Philadelphia, PA (1992) 192 pp. See review.
Ralph's Revolt: The Case for Joining Nader's Rebellion [Book], by Greg Bates. Common Courage Press: Monroe, Maine. (2004) 175 pp. See interview