The Trade Union Woman

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Title

The Trade Union Woman

Description

Essay addressing the ways in which the Women's Movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s failed to address working class women. An appeal to combat stereotypes of working women. Emphasis on clerical workers. 1970s labor organizing and unionization efforts of women workers, particularly in the publishing industries of Boston, Chicago, and New York. Written by a labor organizer of Distributive Workers of America.

Paper from the proceedings of "The Challenge of the Women's Movement: American Diversity" - a 1976 conference held in New York City by the American Jewish Committee's Institute on Pluralism and Group Identity.

Creator

Albert, Marge

Publisher

Institute on Pluralism and Group Identity

Date

1976

Language

English

Type

Book Section

Identifier

Coverage

1970s; New York, New York; United States

Contribution Form

Zotero

Editor

Peters, Barbara
Samuels, Victoria

Item Type

Book Section

Book Title

Dialogue on Diversity: A New Agenda for American Women

Conference Name

The Challenge of the Women's Movement: American Diversity

Date

1976

Pages

50-56

Place

New York, New York

Publisher

Institute on Pluralism and Group Identity

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