Three feminist journalists who were all involved in coverage of the Houston Women's Conference discuss the question of whether women journalists can objectively cover women's issues. The journalists are Anna Quindlen of the New York Times; Ronnie Eldridge, former executive producer for Woman Alive on Channel 13 and candidate for Manhattan Borough President; and Ellen Willis, who writes for Rolling Stone. Recorded at Barnard College March 21, 1978 and produced by Celeste Wesson for the Public Affairs Department of WBAI-FM. Assistance from Terry Ornstein and Marjorie Finkelstein.
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