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American women; the report of the President's Commission on the Status of Women and other publications of the commission. Edited by Margaret Mead and Frances Balgley Kaplan, with an introd. and an epilogue by Margaret Mead
Bib ID 2178740
Format BookBook
Author
United States. President's Commission on the Status of Women
 
Description New York, Scribner [1965] 
xi, 274 p. illus., map, ports. 25 cm. 
Notes

Commonly known as the Peterson report.

"Acknowledgments and references of the President's commission": p. 254-267.

Subjects Women -- United States.
Other authors/contributors Mead, Margaret, 1901-1978, ed  |  Kaplan, Frances Balgley, ed
Also Titled

Peterson report on American women

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