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Split Decisions:
How and Why to Take a Break from Feminism
Janet Halley

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"Split Decisions is a bold and nuanced new approach to questions of feminism and sexuality. In a field that's crowded with politically correct dogma and snide reaction, it stands out as critique in the noblest sense of that tradition: Halley is sensitive to feminism's contributions but she also refuses to apologize for its contradictions and its limitations. Split Decisions is more than a critique; it initiates a paradigm shift--Halley offers insights into the intersection of law and feminism that have never been seen in print before."--Richard T. Ford, Stanford Law School

"This is a wide-ranging, vastly original, knowing, and challenging book; there is nothing like it in any of the antinormative challenges of the last two decades. What's more, its cheerful polemic is a pleasure to read."--Lauren Berlant, University of Chicago, author of The Queen of America Goes to Washington City: Essays on Sex and Citizenship

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