In the spring of 1968, Shulamith Firestone and Anne Koedt, American feminists representing the New York Radical Women (1967) came to Paris bearing just published copies of their new newspaper Notes from the First Year. Firestone and Koedt wanted to deliver a copy to Beauvoir in person. They went away disappointed. As Firestone wrote her sister from Paris: “Anne and I went to see S de B. on Sat … She wasn’t home & a horrible woman concierge barked at us that we need an appointment date.”...
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