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Warren Farrell discusses his book "Beyond Masculinity." He discusses women's liberation and men's liberation. Includes clip of Caroline Bird discussing women's liberation.
Studs Terkel interviews writer and artist Simone de Beauvoir at her home in Paris, France, where they discuss her family history, early writing career and artistic influences, individualism, and the creative commitment required to be a successful writer.
Shirley Bryant, Nancy Fisher, and Nicole Mills discuss how a new sex education based in the importance of feelings and the use of contraception.
Shana Alexander discusses her career as a journalist and her time on the program 'Point-Counterpoint' on 60 Minutes. She goes on to discuss how being a woman has informed her professional life, including how there are so few women in professional places of power, issues explored in her book 'Talking Woman', published in 1976.
Mr. Donahue talks about the audience and the guests of his talk show, and the changes that have come for the groups he talked with (women, homosexual persons, minorities, political freedoms).
Studs interview with Patricia O'Brien about her book, "The Woman Alone" and a large variety of issues of the women's movement. Studs includes parts of interviews he did with a middle-aged man and woman on the day of the women's strike. He also included an excerpt from his interview with Peggy Terry. O'Brien reads excerpts from her book including a poem by May Sarton. Studs quotes Jane Howard, Jane Kennedy, and the wife of Senator Birch Bayh.
Nora Ephron discusses the women’s movement and her book, “Crazy Salad: Some Things About Women.” Ephron discusses the influence of writer Dorothy Parker on her work, as well as topics including women’s rights; the exploitation of women in politics, war, and advertising; the many conflicts she faces in her role as a journalist; and traditional and non-traditional gender roles. Includes an excerpt from a previous interview with Dorothy Parker.
Meg Christian discusses songwriting and the music industry, especially her work in the feminist movement.
Interviewing Equal Rights Amendment activists, Marianne Bell and Shirley Wallace, who were fasting as a political statement, and Illinois state representative and outspoken advocate of ERA, Susan Cantania.
Madalyn Murray discusses her family history, feminism, and theology and how her experiences with those subjects have shaped her worldview.
Studs interview with Lenore Griesing, Carol Kleiman, and Joan Smutny, organizers of "Woman Power through Education" at the National College of Education. Studs played a part of a recorded interview he had with Sybil Thorndike, a pacifist. The recording was about women's right to vote and political involvement. He also played part of a song that was played at Susan B. Anthony's birthday party but no title was given. The interview covered motherhood, education for women, family life, choices, and liberation.
Laurel Snyder describes to Studs Terkel her journey into prostitution and her involvement in the organization COYOTE, which advocates for the rights of sex workers and the decriminalization of prostitution.
An interview with teacher and lecturer, Juliet Mitchell, who is a Marxist. She shares her support for the women's movement and talks about issues that affect women especially gender inequality. Juliet also refers to some comparisons between British and American women's movement.
Judy Collins discusses how she began writing her own songs; successes in her career; and the fight for abortion rights.