Part two of a presentation on the new alternatives for women in American society, as well as the continuing problems. With Nancy Reeves, attorney and member of both the New York and California Bars; holding degrees in both Science and Law; writer, lecturer, member of International Federation of Women Lawyers. This part of the examination continues from the last program, and applies the second method - the historical - to see if the traditional model of woman's status is validated by the patterns of the past, and the third method - the cross-cultural - to learn whether the traditional model obtains in other living societies. The next lecture will examine the antithesis of the traditional approach, namely the challenging view.
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