|Authors:||Martín Alcoff, Linda|
Satya P. Mohanty
|Description:||Just a few years ago, the great political movements that profoundly transformed American society—the movements demanding voting rights, civil rights, and equality for various disenfranchised groups—were generally viewed as the natural extension of liberal ideals. These identity-based liberation movements were viewed by many Americans as confirming rather than challenging democratic institutions, and expanding rather than threatening popular political values. Recently, this positive view of minority social movements has been transformed.|
|Appears in Collections:||Education Planning & Management(EDPM)|
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