Talk on the battle for women's rights in Great Britain with Nancy Reeves, attorney and writer-lecturer on the status of women and Dame Joan Vickers, M.P., D.B.E., and the Conservative Government's Representative on the Status of Women Commission at the United Nations. They discuss the Manifesto of the Status of Women Committee, whether women are fully integrated into British society, and the decline in agitation for women's rights in Great Britain, Recorded at Broadcast House courtesy of the BBC, London, UK.
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