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Discrete CollectionsLSE Institutional Archives
TitleLSE Women's Liberation
Extent1 folder
Admin Biographical HistoryThe LSE Women's Liberation group was founded in the autumn of 1971.
DescriptionPapers and publications collected during the first year of the LSE Women's Liberation Group.Includes:
LSE Women's Liberation leaflet: explaining Why a Women's Movement? Why are Women's Lives considered les important than men's? Why do you sometimes exclude men from your meetings?
Women's Changing Role by the LSE Women's Liberation
Mss notes on the Irish family
Mss notes on Brian Norrison 'Morality and the Work Girl in the 19th Century Towns'
Mss notes on John Springhall 'Imperialism and Youth: Boy Scouts and Boys' Brigades, 1860-1917'
'The abortive revolution?', Guardian, 15 July 1972
'7 Days', No. 19, 8-14 March 1972
'A Woman's Place' by Marie Brant and Ellen Santori, 1970
'The Myth of Motherhood' by Lee Comer, Spokesman Pamphlet 21, nd
'Who Killed Stephen McCarthy?', 1972
'Women in Politics 1971: some facts and figures', by Elisabeth Sturges-Jones, Conservative Publicity Department.
'Shrew's Own' vol 3 nos 7 and 9, 1971
'Women in Revolt: International Socialist Review', March 1971
'LSE: A Question of Degree' includes articles by Bob Dent and Maggie Wellings, 1971
Gay Liberation Front Manifesto, London, 1971
'Women and Abortion: the Women's Abortion and Contraception Campaign's Evidence to the Lane Commission'
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