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Women's History

Hi,

I am doing a presentation on women's career and education lives in the 1950's and comparing them to women now in the new millennium and I can not find any specific information that I need. If you can you please send me anything referring to that topic, I will really appreciate it.

Thank You,

Johanna

 

Johanna --

there is a great book called "Homeward Bound," about women's experiences in the 1950s -- and for today you should consult the Department of Labor, which has a woman's division as well as groups that focus on working women such as Catalyst and the National Association for Women Business Owners.

Good luck,

-- Amy


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