Toward A Female Liberation Movement.
Boston, Mass.: New England Free Press, nd. (1968). Second edition (the first was published earlier in 1968 in Nashville by the Southern Student Organizing Committee). 4to. Wrps., 32pp.
In this essay, one of the founding documents of second wave feminism (sometimes referred to as the “Florida Paper”), the authors critique the “Women’s Manifesto” created by the Women’s Caucus at the 1967 Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) convention, and call for separate groups within the organisation in order to combat sexism and patriarchy within Movement organisations. In the “Handbook of Women’s Liberation” (1970), Marlene Dixon wrote: “That started it, if anything written started it. That paper just laid it on the line.”
Newsprint pages evenly toned; minor discolouration to edges of wrappers; o/w Very Good plus.