American women in the 1960s: changing the future
Twayne, 1993 - Social Science - 585 pages
Series Editor: Barbara Haber, Radcliffe College A chronological history of the changing status of women in America. Each volume is prepared by a leading scholar in American history or women's studies and presents the experience and contributions of American women during one decade of this century.
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