RaveThe New York Times Book ReviewSchuller...lays bare how white feminism, rooted in binary, dated understandings of womanhood...\'is a political position, not an identity,\' and has no interest in disrupting the status quo, or in a reallocation of power ... The most adept historian is one who can transform carefully mined nuggets of archival material into compelling, if not piquant, prose. Schuller is a gifted storyteller, her counterhistory equal parts writerly craft and scholarly diligence ... Schuller’s writing is strongest when locating the precise historical moments in which these feminist figures intersected ... Schuller takes care to render these women not as heroes and villains, but as studies in complexity, contradiction and nuance. Sometimes, though, the balance between the two subjects can feel off ... However, when Schuller does strike the right balance, as she does between the anti-trans feminist Janice Raymond and the trans theorist Sandy Stone, the result is mesmerizing. The Trouble With White Women is a welcome addition to the feminist canon. Undertaking the kind of critical labor necessary for engendering a truly liberatory feminism, Kyla Schuller is doing the work.