Carol Hanisch is a radical feminist and was an important member of New York Radical Women and Redstockings. She is best known for popularizing the phrase "The Personal is Political" in a 1969 essay of the same name. She conceived of the idea to protest against the Miss America Pageant in 1968.
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- "The Personal is Political by Carol Hanisch, March, 1969.
- Writings by Carol Hanisch official web site
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