Åsa Gunnarsson, Eva-Maria Svensson and Margaret Davies (eds): Exploiting the Limits of Law: Swedish Feminism and the Challenge to Pessimism [Book Review]

Feminist Legal Studies 16 (2):273-275 (2008)

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