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Year of Publication: 2000
Explores life-style and lesbian issues connected with the Greenham Common Women's peace camp.
Year of Publication: 1995
This PhD thesis is a detailed account of the history and everyday life at Greenham, based on participation in the peace camp and interviews with other women. See also Roseneil, Sasha , Common Women, Uncommon Practices: The Queer Feminism of Greenham London, Cassell, , 2000, pp. 352 , which explores life-style and lesbian issues connected with the camp.
A Guide to Civil Resistance
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