Voices for women: 1980 report of the President's Advisory Committee for Women
President's Advisory Committee for Women, 1980 - Social Science - 192 pages
This is the report of the ninth body appointed by the President to study the status of women in the United States, beginning in 1961 with the first committee chaired by Eleanor Roosevelt. Each produced its own landmark report and recommendations to the government of the day.
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