Previous ed.: North Carlton, Vic. : Z. D'Aprano, 1977. Worker, mother trade unionist and activist Zelda D'Aprano shows, in her autobiography, the same spirit she evidenced when chaining herself to the Commonwealth Building in October 1969. This is a moving, down-to-earth recounting of the past, an insightful criticism of the way our society is structured and a reclamation of the exuberance of the Women's Liberation Movement. This title contributes importantly to debate today. The life of a remarkable woman who often battled alone for what women today take for granted.