The State of Women's Studies, 1973, page 3

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lecome doctors, engineers. law-
rers, and to move into other pro-
essional areas that require
mowledge of skills that women
lave been discouraged from pur-
suing. A separate curriculum
would only interfere with meeting
his goal.

While this debate has yet to be
resolved. it is already clear that
some Women's Studies programs
are facing conflicts arising out of
ideological divisions within the
women's movement. These con-
flicts are detrimental when they
lead to programs which are not
open to women of varying ideolog-
ical persuasions. Departments
cannot be dominated by any one
group of women. who may argue
that their approach is the one that
speaks for all women. There is no
one feminist ideology. Feminism

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