Indiana University Press
In the beginning of my career I published what I believe to have been the first polemic in English discussing the status of women in Israel. I called it "The Status of Women in Israel: Myth and Reality".1 One brilliant Israeli legal scholar, upon reading it, said it was "very nice but she did not understand what I wanted." In other words, asking for gender-based equality appeared to her to be an exercise in obscurantism. Other Israeli women colleagues in the 1970s (and beyond) vehemently insisted they "were not feminist", much to the overt satisfaction of the decidedly male faculty. It would be an understatement to say that my feminism did not endear me to my colleagues.
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