The classic of feminist vision by one of its greatest writers, with a new preface by the author With the advent of Einstein's Theory of Relativity, physics and our world changed forever. InThe Anatomy of Freedom, Robin Morgan shows us how the empowerment of womenhalf of humanitywill have the same transformative power for society thate=mc2had for the physical world. This is not simply another feminist treatise. Morgan looks beyond the women's movement as a crucial struggle for equal rights; she sees this process as the fundamental motor for freeing both women and men, and as a necessity for the survival of sentient life and of the planet itself. She explains and demystifies theoretical physics in accessible terms and, astonishingly, uses it as a prism through which to view the equation of relationships and gender, while going deep into the subconscious and plumbing the roots of passion. At the same time, she makes vital connections between these internal realities and global issues of the environment, economics, and family. There has perhaps never been a book more daring.The Anatomy of Freedomshows a master at her peak.