Women's Legal Rights: International Covenants an Alternative to Era?
This book examines the possibility of ratification of international covenants providing rights for women as an alternative to the ERA Constitutional Amendment. Existing U.S. laws are compared with those set forth in the international treaties on women's rights being proposed for adoption by the Senate.
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International Agreements Providing Rights for Women
Constitutional Provisions Affecting Womens Rights
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