Kay, Jackie. Red Dust Road. Pan Macmillan.
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|Cultural formation||Pat Arrowsmith||
Though politics bulked much less large in her childhood than religion, it had some presence. Her mother was a snob about class, but an ill-defined pacifist, who later wore a CND badge and donated money...
|Cultural formation||Zoë Fairbairns||
She is an English feminist who has allowed little information about her family origins to be known. In a lecture given in Spain she said she came from a middle-class background, and in a lecture...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Jackie Kay|
PA was secretary for the first Aldermaston March of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND), from London to the weapons establishment in Berkshire.
Sage, Lorna, editor. The Cambridge Guide to Women’s Writing in English. Cambridge University Press.
“A history of the CND logo”. CND: Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
She has been a feminist from the time that the women's movement began, and also a passionate campaigner against war, particularly nuclear war. She writes of these forces of destruction as a third parent /...
Though ML held left-wing political opinions, she described herself as not a good socialist (meaning that she shaped her opinions for herself, not adhering to a party line). She cared more for the generally humanist...