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This paper promotes the importance of the battered women's movement's work in coalition with other movements and systems. It argues that a 'culture of advocacy' characterized by an "us vs. them" frame of mind, combined with hierarchical organizational structures, may preclude necessary collaboration to end violence against women. The paper describes deep ecology (a philosophy of interconnectedness) and its relevance to how advocates approach system and policy work.