On the lasting impact of the late feminist critic.
Rebecca Mead remembers the pioneering feminist author of “Sexual Politics,” who died this week, at the age of eighty-two.
This piece was drawn from the afterword to a new edition of “Sexual Politics,” by Kate Millett, which is out in February from Columbia University Press.
Ms. Millett’s 1970 book, “Sexual Politics,” made her “the principal theoretician of the women’s liberation movement.”
American feminist leader Kate Millet, best known for her 1970 book “Sexual Politics,” died Wednesday in France at the age of 82. Photo by Getty. American author and activist Kate Millett, best known for her 1970 book “Sexual Politic...