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Jane Flax argues reciprocal courting exists among subconscious tactics and race/gender domination and that until we attend to those subconscious strategies, no sufficient treatment for the malignant results of our present race/gender practices and family will be devised. Flax helps her arguments utilizing a number of resources.

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