>It's nice to know that when the chips are down, some folks on the left
>will still find the time to attack feminism.
>I agree that the RICO decision was a bad decision (and for that matter
>the entire RICO law is a bad law), and the position NOW and PP took
>was short-sighted at best.
I don't know the legal story here, but I'd have to object to equating NOW with feminism; it's like calling Al Gore "the left." NOW represents a rather timid, bourgeois, legalistic form of feminism. There are many other kinds.