The Bustelo Incident: Marxism and Feminism. Myra Tanner Weiss.

The Bustelo Incident: Marxism and Feminism

New York: Onward Press, 1987. First Edition, First Printing. A plea for Marxists to embrace feminism by a three-time Vice-Presidential candidate of the Socialist Workers Party. The "Bustelo Incident" refers to a 1954 article in the SWP newspaper, The Militant, attacking the cosmetics industry and making fun of women who used cosmetics. In this pamphlet, the author (1917-1997) recounts the controversy that arose over the article, decries male chauvinism in the article and in the Marxist movement, and pleads for Marxists to have a feminist outlook. 8vo (8 1/2 inches / 22 cm), [2], 90 pages in stapled illustrated wrappers. A bit of edge wear and sunning to the covers. Otherwise, Near Fine. Uncommon; OCLC WorldCat lists only eight institutional holdings. No other copies in commerce as of November 24, 2016. SCARCE. Item #1193

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