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Women's Liberation, by title

A

American Labor History: Women in the Working Class (critical summaries of works and articles in this area), 50¢

 

American Women: Their Use and Abuse Lynn Wells, 1969, 10¢

Are Women Free Yet?, Linda Thurston

B

Black Panther Sisters Talk About Women’s Liberation, The Movement, 1969, 5¢

The Black Woman’s Role in the Community of Slaves, Angela Davis, 1971

Birth Control Pills and Black Children, Black Unity Party, Together with The Sisters Respond and Poor Black Women, 5¢

Birth Control, Abortion, Venereal Diseases, Linda Thurston, 25¢

Birth Control Handbook, Donna Cherniak and Allen Feingold, Handbook Collective, 1972, 15¢

“Women have always been healers. They were the unlicensed doctors and anatomists of western history. They were abortionists, nurses and counsellors. They were pharmacists, cultivating healing herbs and exchanging the secrets of their uses. They were mid-wives, travelling from home to home and village to village. For centuries women were doctors without degrees, barred from books and lectures, learning from each other, and passing on experience from neighbor to neighbor and mother to daughter. They were called "wise women" by the people, witches or charlatans by the authorities. Medicine is part of our heritage as women, our history, our birthright. " ~Barbara Ehrenreich and Deirdre English, Witches, Midwives, and Nurses; A History of Women Healers,

1970

Birth Control, Abortion, and Venereal Disease, Donna Cherniak and Allen Feingold, Handbook Collective

Boston Women’s Poetry Anthology, Bread and Roses, 1970

The Bottle Baby Scandal; Milking the Third World for All its Worth, Barbara Carson, 1977

Books by Women (and Some Men) Relevant to Women’s Liberation, Up Haste Bookstore, 1972

Bread and Roses, Kathy McAfee & Myrna Wood; and Alice D. Rivera - Jumping the track–both from Leviathan #3, 25¢


Building Blocks of Parent Decision-making, Barbara A . Schram
 

C

Class and Self-image; A Women’s Group Talks about Personal Power and Powerlessness, Trudy Foote, Susan Holbert, Ilze Petersons, Badgie Rankin, Carlene Taillon, 1977

Complaints and Disorders; The Sexual politics of Sickness, Barbara Ehrenreich and Deirdre English, 1973
 

D

Day Care, Who Cares?: Corporate and Government Child Care Plans, Vicki Breitbart, 10¢

A Divorce Trial in China, 1960, Felix Greene, 10¢
 

E

The Early Development of the Family, 1884, Frederich Engels, 30¢

Experiences in Day Care Centers, Play Groups, and Free Schools, Phyllis Taube MacEwan, 25¢
 

F

The False Promise; Professionalism in Nursing, 1978, Boston Nurse Group

Families, 1970, Linda Gordon, 25¢

Feeding Ourselves, 1972, Berkeley Women’s Health Collective

Female Liberation as the Basis for Social Revolution, Roxanne Dunbar, 10¢

Females and Welfare, Betsy Warrior, 2/5¢

The Fourth Mountain; Women in China, Linda Gordon, 1973

G

Getting Stronger: Women Workers Organize the Abortion Clinics, Red Sun Press, Editor, $3.00

Getting Together; How to Start a Women’s Liberation Group / Outreach Committee, Cape Cod Women’s Liberation,  Jane Freeman, Marge Piercy, 25¢

Goldflower’s Story; A Peasant Woman in the Chinese Revolution, 1949,  Jack Belden, 30¢

The Grand Coolie Damn, 1969, Marge Piercy, 10¢

The Gun is Loaded: Images of Women in Advertising, Judy Nitchie

H

A Handbook on Sexual Assault, Montreal Health Press, 40¢

The Hidden History of the Female; The Early Feminist Movement in the United States, Martha Atkins
 

High School Women: Oppression & Liberation, 1970, Jenny Bull

How the Russian Revolution Failed Women, Dale Ross Rubenstein, 20¢

I

I Don't Want to Change My Lifestyle, I Want to Change My Life, Peggy Hopper and Steve Soldz, 5¢

J

Jumping the Track (High School Tracking), Alice DeRivera, 5¢

K

Kinder, Kirche, Kuche: Psychology Constructs the Female, or, The fantasy life of the male psychologist, 1971, Naomi Weisstein, 15¢

 

L

A Letter from Mary, and Woman Identified Woman, Radicalesbians, 5¢

 

The Lonely Girl in the Big City, Louise Shell, 20¢

Liberating Young Children From Sex Roles; Experiences in Day Care Centers, Play Groups, and Free Schools, 1972, Phyllis Taube Greenleaf,

Liberation of Women; Sexual repression and the Family, Laurel Limpus, 5¢
 

M

Marxism: A Syllabus Designed for a Women's Course, Kitty Bernick, 5¢

More Than a Choice; Women Talk about Abortion, Abortion Action Coalition, Marla Erlien, Madge Kaplan, Julie Palmer, $1

Mother Jones, Woman Organizer, Priscilla Long, 1976

My Mother and I are Growing Strong; Mi Mama y yo nos Hacemos Fuertes, Inez Maury

The Myth of the Vaginal Orgasm, Anne Koedt,

The Myth of Women’s Inferiority, 1959, Evelyn Reed, 15¢
 

O

On Aging, Simone de Beauvoir, 15¢

 

On Day Care, 1970, Louise Gross, Phyllis MacEwan, 5¢

On-the-job Oppression of Working Women: A collection of articles: We Usually Don’t Hire Married Girls, Anon.;  The Politics of Housework, Pat Mainardi; Lower Your Voice, Swallow Your Gum, Anon.; Woman's Place is in the Hospital, Jean Tepperman; Be Charmed, Shulamith Firestone, 2

The Origin of the Family, Friedrich Engels

Our Bodies, Ourselves, 1970, Boston Women’s Health Collective, 30¢

Our Struggle Against Levi-Strauss, Brenda Mull, 10¢

P

The People's Bi-Centenial Quilt: A Patchwork History, 1976, Connie Young Yu, $3

The Place of American Women; Economic Exploitation, 1968, Joan Jordan, 10¢

The Political Economy of Women’s Liberation, Margaret Benston, 1969 10¢

The Political Economy of Male Chauvinism, Tom Christoffel and Katherine Kaufer, 20¢

The Politics of Health Care, An Annotated Bibliography, Ken Rosenberg and Gordon Schiff, eds.

The Politics of Housework, Pat Mainardi,  5¢ 

Poor Black Women, Patricia Robinson,

Poor White Women, Roxanne Dunbar, 2/5¢

Pornography; A License to Kill, Marcia Womongold, 50¢

Pregnant man poster, 10¢

Protecting Women Out of Their Jobs, Phyllis Lehmann, 

R
A Revolution Within a Revolution: Women in Guinea-Bissau, Stephanie Urdang, 50¢

S

SDS Resolution on Women, SDS

Separated and Unequal; Discrimination Against Women Workers after World War II (the U.A.W. 1944 - 54), Lyn Goldfarb, 1978

Sex, Family, and the New Right, Linda Gordon and Allen Hunter,  1978

Sex Roles and Female Oppression: A Collection of Articles, Dana Densmore, 10¢

Sexual Harassment at the Workplace; Historical Notes Mary Bularzik, 1978

Sisters, Brothers, Lovers . . . Listen,  Judi Bernstein et al., 1969

Sixty Words a Minute and What Do You Get? Clerical Workers Today, Jean Tepperman, 1976, 50¢

Songs of Self-Assertion: Women in Country Music, Mary A. Bufwack and Robert K. Oerman

Struggling Into Existence: The Feminism of Sarah and Angelina Grimke, Ellen DuBois, 10¢

T

Toward a Female Liberation Movement, 1968, Beverly Jones and Judith Brown, 20¢

Towards a Science of Women’s Liberation; An Analysis from Cuba, Isabel Larguia, John Dumoulin, 50¢

 

U

Uncertain, Coy, and Hard to Please, 1969, Isaac Asimov, 10¢

 

V

VD Handbook, 1973, Donna Cherniak, Allen Feingold, Members of the Montreal Health Collective,

W

What Have Women Done? A Photo Essay, The San Francisco Women's History Group (Kathleen Drolet, Peggy Elwell, Minnie Favre, Melanie Jennings, Carol Tokeshi), $1.50

What Is the Revolutionary Potential of Women's Liberation?, Kathy McAfee & Myrna Wood, 15¢

What’s a Wife Worth?, Lisa Leghorn and Betsey Warrior, 1974

Which Way to the Revolution?, Shashana Rihn and Mary Jezer

Wifebeating, 1976, Betsy Warrior, 40¢

Witches, Midwives, and Nurses; A History of Women Healers, Barbara Ehrenreich and Deirdre English
 

Woman and Her Mind: The Story of Daily Life, Meredith Tax, 1970

Woman Identified Woman, Radicalesbians:  and A Letter from Mary, 5¢

Women in American Society, 1972, Ann D. Gordon, Mari Jo Buhle, Nancy Schrom Dye

Women's Liberation Stickers (8 1/2 x 11 sheet of one dozen), New England Free Press, 5¢

Women’s Liberation is…. New England Free Press,

Women's Liberation Newsletter, New England Free Press

Women: The Longest Revolution, Juliet Mitchell, 15¢

Women Organizing in the Office, Women’s Work Project, $2.00

Women's Place in the Integrated Circuit, Rachael Grossman

Women’s Place is at the Typewriter: The Feminization of the Clerical Labor Force,Margery Davis, 75¢

Women and Psychology (annotated bibliography by members of Feminist Studies Program of Cambridge-Goddard Graduate School), 50¢

Women and Socialism, Mary Lou Greenberg, 20¢

Women and Socialism; Women in the Liberation Struggle; An Overview; Ma Bell Has Fleas – And a Lot of Angry Workers, Red Papers 3

Women and the Socialist Party, 1901–1914, 1971, Mari Jo Buhle

The Women of the Telephone Company, 1970, Elinor Langer, 20¢

Women and Their Bodies, 1970, Boston Women’s Health Collective, 75¢

Women’s Place in the Integrated Circuit, Rachael Grossman, 75¢

Women’s Work is Never Done; A Dramatic Reading on the History of Working Women in American, Ann Froines, 1972,

Women Workers; The Forgotten Third of the Working Class, Ilene Winkler, 20¢

Women Workers; Some Basic Statistics, 1980, Lise Vogel, 10¢

Working Women’s Music: The Songs and Struggles of Women in the Cotton Mills, Textile Plants and Needle Trades (with music for singing and playing), 1978, Evelyn Alloy, $2.50

 Women's periodicals distributed by the Free Press: 

Off Our Backs, A woman's news-journal, 25¢

No More Fun and Games, A Journal of Female Liberation, Issue 2, $1

Women: A Journal of Liberation, $1.25.