Kay Lindsey discusses the group, New York Radical Feminists, with members of its Stanton/Anthony Brigade, Martha Gershun, Anne Koedt, and Diane Crothers. The group is composed of "brigades" and "phalanxes." The Stanton/Anthony Brigade, named for Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, is new and thus far has organized itself and has formulated the New York Radical Feminists' Manifesto. Specific actions for future have yet to be identified, but the immediate goal is to acquaint movement newcomers to the manifesto over the next six months. The group feels that pairing women works well for the learning process, hence the two names in the brigade's name.
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