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I am doing a class presentation on the feminist movement and I am looking for a timeline of the important events which have occured since the 1950's. If you could provide me with one, or even a website where I can find one, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! JJ

The best place to start would beFeminist Chronicles 1953-199, edited by Toni Carabillo and published by Women's Graphics Press, in Los Angeles. This should give you what you need and at least enough information to do more specific research later.
Amy

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