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1. The Groucho Marxist, by Jonathan Rieder, Feb. 2, 1997

2. Fight on Sisters: and Other Songs for Liberation

3. The Prostitute: Paradigmatic Woman

4. Feminist Economic Alliance Formed to Aid New Sister Credit Unions

6. Mother Right: A New Feminist Theory

7. Vacuum Aspiration Abortion

8. Covert Sex Discrimination Against Women as Medical Patients

9. The World Watches Angela

10. The Furies: Lesbian/Feminist Monthly (v. 1)

11. The Tyranny of Structurelessness

12. Socialist Feminism: a Strategy for the Women's Movement

13. Women's March on D. C.

14. United Women's Contingent: March on Washington Against the War, April 24 [1971]

15. After the Death of God the Father

19. Black Women's Manifesto

20. 'Women's Liberation' Aims to Free Men Too

21. The Woman-Identified Woman

22. Black Women's Liberation

23. What is the Revolutionary Potential of Women's Liberation?

24. Angela, Sister, You are Welcome in this House

25. Notes from the Second Year: Women's Liberation

35. Equal Rights for Women

36. Freedom for Movement Girls - Now

37. Sweet 16 to Soggy 36: Saga of American Womanhood

38. What Can Be Learned: A Critique of the Miss America Protest

39. Letter from Robin Morgan to the New York Free Press, October 14, 1968

40. Miss America Goes Down, by Robin Morgan, Oct. 3, 1968

41. No More Fun and Games: a Journal of Female Liberation (v. 1, no. 2)

43. No More Peace Teas, by Suzanne Giddens, Sept. 26, 1968

44. No More Peace Teas, by Suzanne Giddens, Sept. 26, 1968

50. The Bra Burners, by Art Buchwald, Sept. 12, 1968

51. Cover of New York Free Press, Sept. 12-19, 1968

52. Female Firebrands, by Harriet Van Horne, Sept. 9, 1968

60. Protest songs for the Miss America protest

62. No More Miss America, by Women's Liberation, Sept. 5, 1968

65. Letter from Richard S. Jackson, Mayor of Atlantic City, to Robin Morgan, Sept. 4, 1968

66. American Beauty, by Bonny Cohen

68. Slavery Exists: Miss America is a Slave

72. Lesbians and Liberation, by Robin Morgan, Sept. 1968

73. Letter from Robin Morgan to Don Silverman, Sept. 1968

74. Who Will Miss America?

76. The Lyons Den, by Leonard Lyons, Aug. 31, 1968

77. Scenes, Aug. 29, 1968

83. Poor Black Women

85. Draft of Miss America essay by Robin Morgan

86. Letter from Susie [Suzanne Giddens?] to Robin Morgan

95. Notes from the First Year

96. There was a young woman who swallowed a lie

97. The Bitch Manifesto