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Feminism in the 1960s and 1970s was innovative and productive, despite its tendency—similar to that of previous emancipatory movements—to forget its past. This paper proposes Françoise Collin's notion of transmission as a fruitful relationship with which to palliate this tendency and to propel women as innovative participants in the symbolic. In order to do this, I analyze Les Cahiers du Grif, the first francophone magazine of "second-wave" feminism, as an example of how women's actions indoi:10.21814/eps.4.1.194 fatcat:tgp4udztkndsdavjdxjteuczky