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Analyze the Redstockings Manifesto (1969) and Phyllis Schlafly’s “The Fraud of the Equal Rights Amendment” (1972).
Imagine that somehow the members of the Redstockings had met Phyllis Schlafly and had the chance to discuss their understandings of gender and society.
What would have been their perspectives on women’s rights?
What would they have said to each other?

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Understandings of gender and society
The members of the Redstocking’s and that of the great anticommunist Phyllis Schlafly have a rough idea of how women have been for the last few decades been treated in a chance their homes and workplaces as well as institutions in a case where the two groups would have a chance to meet and discuss their perspectives towards women, lots of conclusion can be reached...
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