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42 ANNA SNYDER Most often the leadership of caucuses and/or meetings simply began the meetings using a consensus process. Occasionally, someone would question how decisions were made but I did not observe strong objections to a consensual process. For example, during the North American/European PrepCom planning meeting in New York, when a participant called for a vote on a logistical issue, she was informed by the European leadership that "as women, we use consensus" (Fieldnotes, March, 3, 1994).
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116). Few women's organizations have retained the radical democratic forms developed in the 1960s (Martin, 1990). Not all women value non-hierarchical forms of organization. Liberal feminists maintain that it is necessary to become 43 Critiquing Consensus experts in procedures used by men because equality for women will be achieved through equality in the system itself. Moreover, few will argue that consensual decision making is unproblematic. Instead, women's organizations have modified consensual processes and/or hierarchical structures in order to address some of the tensions and limitations that consensus decision making raises (Ferree & Martin, 1995).