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Alexandra Kollontai

(1872—1952)


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(1872–1952)

A leading feminist in revolutionary Russia. Her main concerns linked class and revolutionary activity to woman's role and motherhood. Always controversial, she is most noted in sociology for her free-thinking radical analyses of sex and love, which are usefully appraised in Beatrice Farnsworth 's Alexandra Kollontai (1980).

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