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    Merchant of Shame by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
    Women and Wal-Mart by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
    Sex, Politics and Markets by Carole Joffe, Felicia Stewart, 01-30-2007
Markets aren't free when they are constrained by conservative ideology, argue Carole Joffe and Felicia Stewart, M.D.
    Editorials on Reproductive Rights from "Contraception" by Ann Hwang, Wayne Shields, Felicia Stewart, 01-30-2007
A broad reframing of reproductive rights is a major project of the Longview Institute. We agree with many other progressive groups that the reproductive freedom movement has been losing the battle of language to the Right, and that this movement urgently needs to re-articulate a vision that resonates with more Americans. To further this goal, Longview Fellows and staff have been holding a series of very fruitful discussions on this topic with researchers from the University of California at San Francisco (UCSF).
    Big-Box Battle by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
A review of Selling Women Short: The Landmark Battle for Workers’ Rights at Wal-Mart, by Liza Featherstone (Basic Books • 336 pages • $25.00)
    Old Women in the Cold by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
    Women Really on Their Own by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
The real story of this presidential election is the widening Marriage Gap — the difference between how married and unmarried women vote — and what the presidential candidates have or have not done to mobilize the 22 million women who simply didn't bother to vote in 2000.
    Why Single Women Must Vote by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
The outcome of the 2004 presidential election rests in the hands of single women, argues senior fellow and noted historian Ruth Rosen. This column originally appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle on February 16, 2004.
    Women's Vote Is an Elusive Force by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
What Women Really Want : How American Women Are Quietly Erasing Political, Racial, Class, and Religious Lines to Change the Way We Live
Author: Celinda Lake & Kellyanne Conway with Catherine Whitney
Publisher: Free Press
Pages: 336 pp
Price: $26.00
    Our Founding Mothers by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
    Is Marriage Dead? by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
    Behind "North County" by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
A discussion of the case of Lori Benson, who was the inspiration for the movie North County.
    What Women Talk About When Men are not Listening by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
If you think its about sexual prowess, you’d be wrong. If you think it’s about size, forget it. And if you imagine we follow the various pissing contests going on among male liberals, you’re too self-absorbed. It’s about what I call the Care Crisis.
    The Motherhood Manifesto by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
    The Child Care Crisis by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
    It's Not Just Abortion, Stupid: Progressives and Abortion by Carole Joffe, 01-30-2007
Many progressives are now undergoing a reevaluation of the “costs” of a commitment to abortion rights. Abortion can best be defended if it is framed as one element of a larger platform of sexual and reproductive rights and services. There exists now a powerful opening to expose the hypocrisy of “family values” conservatives who seek to withhold from working Americans virtually all that they need—contraception, meaningful sex education, health care for the uninsured, living wages, affordable childcare, as well as abortion care—to raise healthy families. This piece is reprinted from the Winter 2005 issue of Dissent.
    An Open Letter to Dalton Conley by Carole Joffe, 01-30-2007
Recently, Dalton Conley, a professor of sociology at NYU, published a controversial op-ed in the New York Times, arguing that men should have to right to veto a woman's abortion, if he is willing to commit to raising the child that would result from that pregnancy. In this Open Letter, Longview Senior Fellow Carole Joffe spells out the numerous ways in which Conley's proposal is misguided.
    Morality and the Abortion Provider by Carole Joffe, 01-30-2007
In this editorial, originally published in the journal Contraception, Longview Senior Fellow Carole Joffe addresses the unique perspective on "morality" that she has noted among those who provide abortions. Joffe observes in this group a "moral vision without moralism" that she argues is "the only viable foundation for the humane regulation of sexuality."
    Barbara Ehrenreich's Commencement Address at Barnard College by Barbara Ehrenreich, 01-30-2007
In an address delivered to the 2004 graduating class at Barnard College, social analyst Barbara Ehrenreich discusses how the horrors at Abu Ghraib have been a trial by fire for feminist ideas. Ms. Ehrenreich is the author of "Nickled and Dimed: On (Not) Getting by in America". She also serves on the Longview Institute Advisory Board.
    Note to Nancy Pelosi: Challenge Market Fundamentalism by Ruth Rosen, 01-31-2007
    The Care Crisis by Ruth Rosen, 04-20-2007
Working mothers can't pamper their stress away, Ruth Rosen writes in the The Nation. Their balancing act needs a political fix.
    The Regulation of Sexuality by Carole Joffe, 01-30-2007
    The Lost Sisterhood by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
    The World Split Open by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
Ruth Rosen chronicles the history of the American women's movement from its beginnings in the 1960s to the present.
    Roe v. Wade at 30 by Carole Joffe, 01-30-2007
Carole Joffe describes the current state of abortion provision.
    The Hidden Injuries of Sex by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
Ruth Rosen addresses the issue of sexual battery raised by Arnold's bad behavior.
 News Items
    Ruth Rosen: The Hidden War on Iraqi Women by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
Horrible as the abuse and torture of Iraqi men has been, Ruth Rosen writes on, many Iraqi women have suffered both physical and sexual violence. Because of the military's guilt and the victims' shame, these crimes against women often go unreported.
    Ruth Rosen: Feminist Rebel Reveals Past of Incest by Ruth Rosen, 01-30-2007
At, Ruth Rosen writes: Bettina Aptheker's memoir shows how she broke free from her father, the most famous Marxist historian in the United States - and the man who molested her.
    Carole Joffe: Reproductive Regression by Carole Joffe, 01-30-2007
An increase in illegal abortions isn't a theoretical outcome of Roe someday being overturned. It's already happening, writes Carole Joffe at
    Ruth Rosen: Rising Women Float All Boats by Ruth Rosen, 04-20-2007
In The San Francisco Chronicle, Ruth Rosen praises Ellen Bravo's Taking On the Big Boys: Why Feminism is Good for Families, Business, and the Nation. "Bravo's book," Rosen writes, "is such an enjoyable and accessible read it just might galvanize general readers to put the problems faced by working women on the national public agenda."

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