To Your Corners, Ladies

December 1975
National Review;12/19/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 49, p1460
The article discusses the formation of Womansurge within the National Organization for Women (NOW) to counterattack the U.S. feminist group's top priorities which include lesbian rights. The network was founded by the housewives faction led by NOW co-founder Betty Friedan. Friedan enumerated the issues that majority of NOW members would have cited as most important if they were polled. In response, NOW President Karen DeCrow explained the need to understand the homosexual issue.


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