Feminist Gloria Steinem speaks about the institutional changes that the women's movement had just begun, the organized opposition to what changes are made and proposed, the four stages of a women's life, "male-junkies," the naming of our children, the politics of work, cross-cultural differences and similarities, and other topics in this wide-ranging speech. Delivered at Pierce College in Los Angeles in spring 1981. Not self-contained. Approved for broadcast by Helene Rosenbluth.
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