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    • History of the Equality Issue in the Contemporary Women's Movement 

      Sade, Janine; Feminists (Organization) (New York : The Feminists, 1969-11-21)
    • How the Russian Revolution Failed Women 

      Rubenstein, Dale Ross (Boston : New England Free Press, 197?)
      "This article is one of three in Women's Liberation, Revolution and the Class Struggle, published by The Socialist Workshop."/ Includes bibliographical references (p. [31]).
    • An Interview Between Two Women 

      Unknown author (197?)
    • Introduction to Consciousness Raising 

      New York Radical Feminists (New York : New York, 196?)
      Statement on consciousness raising published and distributed by the New York Radical Feminists in New York City.
    • It Ain't Me Babe 

      Berkeley Women's Liberation (Calif.); Women's Liberation Basement Press Collective (Berkeley, Calif.) (Berkeley, Calif. : Berkeley Women's Liberation, 1970-06-11)
      Vol. 1, no. 8
    • It Ain't Me Babe 

      Berkeley Women's Liberation (Calif.); Women's Liberation Basement Press Collective (Berkeley, Calif.) (Berkeley, Calif. : Berkeley Women's Liberation, 1970-07-02)
      Vol. 1, no. 9
    • Liberation is Fulfillment 

      Brady, Anne (197?)
    • Newsletter, April 1971 

      Women's Liberation Center of New York (New York : Women's Liberation Center of New York, 1971-04)
      Newsletter from April 1971 detailing the activities of the Women's Liberation Center of New York. Includes a calendar, a request for support the work of women, and a flyer for a Rape Conference and Women's Health Conference ...
    • Newsletter, April 1972 

      Women's Liberation Center of New York (New York : Women's Liberation Center of New York, 1972-04)
      Newsletter from April 1972 detailing the activities of the Women's Liberation Center of New York. Includes a calendar, book reviews, and outline of services offered by the Center.
    • Newsletter, December 1970 

      Women's Liberation Center of New York (New York : Women's Liberation Center of New York, 1970-12)
      Newsletter from April 1971 detailing the activities of the Women's Liberation Center of New York. Includes calendars, an invitation to an open house, and a flyer on the Women's Abortion Project.
    • Newsletter, March 1972 

      Women's Liberation Center of New York (New York : Women's Liberation Center of New York, 1972-03)
      Newsletter from March 1972, including book reviews, a calendar, and a flyer.
    • Newsletter, May 1971 

      Women's Liberation Center of New York (New York : Women's Liberation Center of New York, 1971-05)
      Newsletter from April 1971 detailing the activities of the Women's Liberation Center of New York. Includes flyers on "Defend the Right to Learn," "Women and Their Bodies," a general assembly report, a calendar of events, ...
    • Newsletter, May 1972 

      Women's Liberation Center of New York (New York : Women's Liberation Center of New York, 1972-05)
      Newsletter from May 1972 detailing the move to a new building.
    • Notes from the Lower Classes 

      Feminists (Organization); Schwartz, Rosalind (New York : The Feminists, 196?)
    • NYRF Newsletter, January 1976 

      New York Radical Feminists (New York : The Feminists, 1976-01)
      Newsletter of the New York Radical Feminists, published monthly.
    • NYRF Newsletter, July 1975 

      New York Radical Feminists (New York : The Feminists, 1975-07)
      Newsletter of the New York Radical Feminists, published monthly.
    • NYRF Newsletter, March 1975 

      New York Radical Feminists (New York : The Feminists, 1975-03)
      Newsletter of the New York Radical Feminists, published monthly.
    • NYRF Newsletter, March 1976 

      New York Radical Feminists (New York : The Feminists, 1976-03)
      Newsletter of the New York Radical Feminists, published monthly.
    • NYRF Newsletter, September 1975 

      New York Radical Feminists (New York : The Feminists, 1975-09)
      Newsletter of the New York Radical Feminists, published monthly.
    • Off Our Backs 

      Unknown author (Washington, D.C. Off Our Backs, Inc., 1970-12-31)
      "A women's liberation bi-weekly." This issue is a "special edition on imperialism: an initial step toward realizing our common struggle."