Women Ask Why: an intelligent woman’s guide to nuclear disarmament

published by: Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (London)

(cover)

Article by Jaqcuetta Hawkes:

“I do not like to think of women apart from men.  But in this one thing it is different … Men have got beyond killing one another and are preparing to kill us and our children.  Women are slow to change.  It might be that we should still all be peasants if it were not for masculine genius.  But now that genius is running mad, and we have to come to the rescue”.

Bradford Special Collections

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Women Ask Why: an intelligent woman’s guide to nuclear disarmament
published by: Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (London)
(cover)
Article by Jaqcuetta Hawkes:

“I do not like to think of women apart from men.  But in this one thing it is different … Men have got beyond killing one another and are preparing to kill us and our children.  Women are slow to change.  It might be that we should still all be peasants if it were not for masculine genius.  But now that genius is running mad, and we have to come to the rescue”.

Bradford Special Collections