NY: Random House, 1970. First edition. 8vo. Red cloth. 602pp. + 8pp. photo-insert. The first anthology of writing from the women's movement, both a consciousness-raising analysis and a call-to-action, later cited by the New York Public Library as "One of the 100 most influential books of the 20th century." It includes essays by second-wave feminists and activists Naomi Weisstein, Kate Millett, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Florynce Kennedy, Frances M. Beal, Joreen, Marge Piercy and Mary Daly, as well as historical documents (including the National Organization for Women Bill of Rights), excerpts from the SCUM Manifesto, the Redstockings Manifesto, and documents from WITCH ('Women's International Conspiracy From Hell', later 'Women Inspired To Commit Herstory'). Near Fine in dw.