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436 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 351-425) and index.
Four days that changed the world -- the rise of the feminist establishment -- To form a more perfect union -- What's wrong with "equal rights" for women? -- An alternative to "women's lib" -- The gathering storm -- Armageddon state by state -- Out of the kitchen and into the counterrevolution -- Mama said there'd be days like this -- Crest of the second wave -- Launching the pro-family movement -- We shall go forth -- Onward Christian soldiers -- Epilogue: A nation divided.
"Forty years ago, two women's movements drew a line in the sand between liberals and conservatives. The legacy of that rift is still evident today in American politics and social policies,"--NoveList.