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      Challenging gender inequalities

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            crea20
            CREA
            Review of African Political Economy
            Review of African Political Economy
            0305-6244
            1740-1720
            March 1993
            : 20
            : 56
            : 3-10
            Article
            8703981 Review of African Political Economy, Vol. 20, No. 56, March 1993, pp. 3-10
            10.1080/03056249308703981
            2d07bffb-96af-4ec8-ab79-051c92e76f8a

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            Sociology,Economic development,Political science,Labor & Demographic economics,Political economics,Africa

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            7. Molyneux M. . 1985. . ‘Mobilization without Emancipation? Women's Interests, State and Revolution in Nicaragua’. . Feminist Studies . , Vol. 11((2))

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