Identifying Feminists/Anti-Feminists in Failure of ERA

[Ed note: For discussion log re: this topic, see Discussion section of H-Women. Thanks.]

Biblio Responses:

Berry, Mary Frances _Why the ERA Failed: Politics, Women's Rights and the Amending Process of the Constitution

Buechler, Steven M. _Women's Movements in the United States_

Cohen, Marcia _The Sisterhood:The True Story of the Women Who Changed the World_

Conover, Pamela Johnston and Virginia Gray _Feminism and the New Right: Conflict Over the American Family_

DeHart, Jane and Donald Matthews -Sex, Gender and the Politics of the ERA_(NY:Oxford, 1990)

Evans, Sara _Personal Politics: The Roots of Women's Liberation in the Civil Rights Movement & the New Left_(Vintage Books, Random House)

Echol, Alice _Daring to Be Bad_

Freeman, Jo _The Politics of Women's Liberation_

Friedan, Betty _The Feminine Mystique_

Hartman, Susan M. _From Margin to Mainstream: American Women and Politics Since 1960_

Giddings, Paula _When and Where I Enter: The Impact of Black Women on Race and Sex in America_

Mansbridge, Jane _Why We Lost the ERA_(Chicago, 1986)

May, Elaine Tyler _Homeward Bound: American Families in the Cold War Era_

Melich, Tanya _The Republican War Against Women_

Rosenberg, Rosalind _Divided Lives: American Women in the Twentieth Century_

Schalfly, Phyllis _The Power of the Christian Woman_

Snitow, Ann, et al. _The Feminist Memoir Project_

Steinem, Gloria _Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions_

Steiner, Gilbert Y. _Constituional Inequality: The Political Fortunes of the Equal Rights Amendment_

Tobias, Shelia _Faces of Feminism_

Wandersee, Winifred D. _On the Move: American Women in the 1970s_

Other Suggestions:

Look at feminist readers or collections of essays from that period-specifically "Feminist Revolution", which was put out by Redstockings