Published Date

November 9, 1970

From Report of the American Historical Association Committee on the Status of Women (1970)


Principal Sources Consulted


I. Books and Articles
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  • Epstein, Cynthia. Woman’s Place: Options and Limits in Professional Careers. Univ. of California Press, Berkeley, 1970.
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  • Report from the Committee on Discrimination against Women Faculty, Columbia Women’s Liberation, Women Faculty Group.
  • Yale Alumni Magazine, April, 1970, Devoted to “Coeducation and the New Woman.”

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