BLACK NURSES Suffragette KATE BUSH Abba SPARE RIB MAGAZINE 70 May 1978
The trailblazing women's news and liberation magazine that defined generations of feminism.
Featuring articles on Black nurses in Britain, arrests in Brisbane Australia, ABBA, Mary Anderson, reflections on Sigmund Freud, Fay Weldon is reviewed - and Galician men and their placement in society and a short story by a suffragette.
Founded by feminist legends Rosie Boycott and Marsha Rowe, Spare Rib is an iconic feminist and counterculture magazine which during its heyday was the largest feminist circulating magazine of the Women's Liberation Movement (WLM) in Britain.
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Very good condition for a magazine of this age. One page has been clipped, otherwise fine. A rare find!