British women and the Second International

Hunt, Karen
March 1993
Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Spring93, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p25
Academic Journal
The article discusses the participation and contribution of British socialist women to the Second International. It defines the meaning of internationalism to socialist women. It also characterized the internationalism of British socialist movement. Moreover, it compares a socialist internationalism and a more woman-focused or feminist internationalism. The article also examines the extent by which women's attendance and participation in the congresses of the International was actively encouraged. Lastly, it shows how internationalism was expressed within the formal working of the Second International.


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