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DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN
SPECIAL SUBCOMMITTEE ON EDUCATION.
COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR.
. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
NINETY-FIRST; CONGRESS, Houses
Section 805 of H.R. 16098
TO PROHIBIT DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN IN FEDERALLY ASSISTED PROGRAMS AND IN EMPLOYMENT IN EDUCATION; TO EXTEND THE EQUAL PAY ACT SO AS TO PROHIBIT DISCRIMINATION IN ADMINISTRATIVE, PROFESSIONAL AND EXECUTIVE EMPLOYMENT; AND TO EXTEND THE JURISDICTION OF THE U.S. COMMISSION ON CIVIL
RIGHTS TO INCLUDE SEX
JUNE 17, 19, 26, 29, 30, 1970
Printed for the use of the Committee on Education and Labor
CARL D. PERKINS, Chairman
U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON : 1970
(Subject Index of Testimony and Materials on page 1257)
Schuck, Dr. Victoria, professor of political science, Mount Holyoke
College, South Hadley, Mass...
Fields, Mrs. Daisy, president, Federally Employed Women, "High-
Fitzgerald, Dr. Laurine E., associate dean of students and professor
of education, Michigan State University, “References Cited,” a
reference list entitled
Harris, Ann Sutherland, assistant professor, art history, Columbia
"Columbia Women's Liberation," an article entitled...
structs the Female," an article entitled.
“The Politics of Housework," an article entitled.
Komisar, Lucy, writer, and a national vice president of NOW:
Employment ratio of men to women at United Press Interna-
tional, 1969–70 (table) ---
"Women Workers Today," an article entitled.
Norris, Frances S., M.D., Washington, D.C.:
"Choosing A Medical School," an article entitled..
Sandler, Dr. Bernice, chairman, Action Committee for Federal Con-
League, letter to Secretary Schultz, dated January 31, 1970.---
Education or Training,” an article entitled.---
"Some Reasons Why It Is Difficult for Girls to Get Good Counsel-
ing,” an article entitled-