Talk:The Feminist Press
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Several chunks of the "Today" section read like a press release and come across as unsourced POV. For instance: "The Feminist Press remains rooted in the symbiotic relationship between a publication and its readership. In this exchange, a book not only promotes ideas to its reader, but it also inspires new formulations that could ultimately shape future publications." "The Feminist Press has remained current and relevant within the fast-changing world of modern politics and the rapid evolution of Feminism. " "While increased involvement within the feminist movement has led to many shifts within the Press’s original mission, its commitment to social justice and freedom of expression has remained fundamentally unaltered throughout its forty-year history." IMO this section needs a re-write to adhere to encyclopedic standards.JamesG5 (talk) 02:03, 9 August 2015 (UTC)