Hot flashes: women's news from Majority Report: October 25, 1977

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Hot flashes: women's news from Majority Report: October 25, 1977
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Women's news and current events from Majority Report for October 25, 1977. Hosted by Diane Torr for WBAI's Women's Department.

Topics include an analysis of the congressional voting records on abortion, personality differences between men and women at work, AFL-CIO president calls himself "a closet feminist," Karen Silkwood case, men in computer language are represented by "1," female parliament member seeks justice for victim of rape, new birth control foam pending approval, smoking risks in pregnancy, "bust-developing" drink on trial, results of study on birth rates and women at work, society is to blame for violence against women, new labeling for products with Estrogen, women's rights in tribal law in Canada, Western Somalia Liberation Front, and local (New York) news.

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25 Oct 1977
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WBAI, 25 Oct 1977
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Los Angeles: Pacifica Radio Archive, 1977
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