Year Published: 1982

Author: Jean Baker Miller, M.D.

This piece explores the assumptions and realities of women's use of power. It examines how the power that women possess does not fit with, or is ignored by, traditional conceptions of power. It explores women's struggle to reconcile the use of power with their feminine identity and relationships with other people and suggests a new definition of power.

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