A panel discussion on the subject of "the new woman," with Stephanie Mills of Planned Parenthood, Mimi Kaprolat of the National Organization for Women (NOW), Patricia "Pat" Maginnis of the Association to Repeal Aborton Laws, and Alvin Duskin, San Francisco manufacturer of women's clothing. The evening was moderated by Eugene Schoenfeld, otherwise known in his San Francisco Chronicle column as Dr. Hip-pocrates. Schoenfeld is introduced by George Frankenstein, President of the Young Adults Division of the Jewish Welfare Federation, sponsors of the event. The first reel of this program contains the panel; the second reel contains the ensuing question-and-answer session.
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