Three Guineas

How do you find sexist exclusion discussed in three guineas?

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For neither the first nor last time, Woolf’s writing is attack against the corrosive legacy of the patriarchy. In this sense, the patriarchy extends well beyond the military; the military is merely the most recognizable symbol of patriarchy and so in its extreme form it becomes the ultimate symbol of the patriarchy: fascism. Woolf carefully delineates her argument to include domestic relationships, the church and politics as all essential elements working together within the patriarchal system to carry out an agenda devoted to oppression women and maintaining its authority.