As one of feminism’s most influential ‘first
wave’ activists, Lynne’s new autobiography, Making Trouble: Life and Politics
looks at what happens when angry young rebels become wary older women, ageing
in a leaner, meaner time which exalts the 'new' as it disparages the 'old'.
Lynne delves into her own life and others, to consider her generation of female
dreamers: what formed them, how they left their mark on the world, where they
are now and what younger feminists could take into account in their own struggle
to redefine gender politics.