A magazine based in Washington, D.C. during the late 1970s, which covered topics relating to the welfare of women.
Printed research materials compiled by writers for the (now defunct) magazine. The research files include articles and reports published by activist and political groups, Congressional committees, agencies of the government, and universities, on issues relating to women and children, including: civil rights, the Equal Rights Amendment, economic equality, family planning and reproductive rights, poverty, minorities, Title IX, women's health, and other issues.
Spokeswoman Magazine, 1972-1980, Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Family planning--attitudes toward
1982.3013 (NMAH Acc.)
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