Shrew magazine 1976

Description

Shrew was the newsletter of the London Women's Liberation Workshop which was formed in 1969. Produced by groups within the London Women’s Liberation Workshop until 1974, there was a break in publication until autumn 1976 when a collective produced an issue with the aim of different groups or collectives producing specific issues from that point on. This front page and an accompanying article look at how women are controlled by patriarchal structures and institutions, including psychiatry.

Full title:
Shrew magazine 1976
Published:
1976
Created:
1976
Format:
Magazine
Language:
English
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Usage terms:We have been unable to locate the copyright holder for the Front cover of 1976 Shrew magazine. Please contact copyright@bl.uk with any information you have regarding these items.

Held by
British Library
Shelfmark:
P.523/197

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