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Second Wave of Feminism Library (21 books)

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Second Wave of Feminism  Library

If you were born after 1970, you might not have had the opportunity to read these books.  Many of them formed the basis for the much of thinking that spearhead the second wave of feminism.

Most of these books served as treasures of awakening.  These contained pioneering ideas that motivated the women's movement of the 1970's.  Some are worn by use, but all the more inspiring for their importance in the movement they helped to create and sustain. 

                                                    Second Wave Feminist Book List

A Different Woman by Jane Howard 1974 Avon 384 pages ISBN-978-0380000807

A Life of Your Own by Harriet La Barre 1972 David McKay Co 209 pages  ISBN-978-0679504368

Assert Your Self: a Handbook on Assertive Training for Women by The First Assertive Rap Group 1974  Seattle-King County N.O.W

Crucial Conversations by May Sarton 1975 W. W. Norton & Company 160 pages ISBN-978-0393311020

Dancing on the Grave of a Son of A Bitch by Diane Wakoski 1974 Black Sparrow Press, U.S 138 pages ISBN-978-0876851807

In a Man’s World: Father, Son, Brother, Friend, and Other Roles Men Play by Perry Garfinkel 
1985  Ten Speed Press 175 pages ISBN-9780898154733

It Changed My Life by Betty Friedan 1976 A Dell Book Pages 498 ISBN-0-440-13936-8

Journal of a Solitude: The Intimate Diary of a Year in the Life of a Creative Woman by May Sarton 1973 W. W. Norton & Company 208 pages  ISBN-978-0393309287

 Lady of the Beasts, Poems by Robin Morgan 1962 Random House 131 pages ISBN-978-0394407586

Monster by Poems Robin Morgan 1972 Random House; 1st edition 86 pages ISBN-978-0394482262

Our Bodies Ourselves: A Book by and for Women by The Boston Women’s Health Book Collective 1971 Touchstone; Revised edition 944 pages ISBN-978-1439190661

Of Woman Born: Motherhood as Experience and Institution by Adrienne Rich 1976 328 Pages Bantam Books 0-533-11365-8

Places in the World a Woman Could Walk by Janet Kauffman 1985 131 pages Graywolf Press ISBN-978-1555972332

Quest: A Feminist Quarterly: Money, Fame, and Power 1974  80 pages  Diane Press

Readings for Women’s Programs by Meg Bowman by Meg Browman Ph.D. 1984 98 pages Sponsored by Women & Religion Task Force

Sappho Was a Right-On Woman: A Liberated View of Lesbianism by Sidney Abbott and Barbara Love 1972 251 pages Stein & Day Publishers ISBN-0-8128-1590-4

Sisterhood is Powerful: An Anthology of Writings From the Women’s Liberation 1970  602 pages Vintage Books

 Sixpence in Her Shoe by Phyllis McGinley 1964 256 pages Dell Publishing

The Case for Women in Revolt: Patriarchal Attitudes by Eva Figes 1970 188 page Fawcett Premier Books

The First Sex by Elizabeth Gould Davis 1973 382 pages Penguin Books

The Pleasers: Women Who Can’t Say No-and the Men Who Control Them by Dr. Kevin Leman 
1973  299 pages  Dell Publishing ISBN-0-8007-8597-5

 The Second Sex by Simone De Beauvoir 1952 706 pages Bantam Books T

The Silent Passage: Menopause by Gail Sheehy 1991 320 pages  Random House ISBN-0-679-41388-x

What Do Women Want: Exploding the Myth of Dependency by Luise Eichenbaum & Susie Orbach 1984 226 pages Coward-McCain Inc. ISBN-0-425-06770-x

Woman in the Year 2000 Edited by Maggie Tripp 1974 347 pages Dell Publishing

Women as Winners: Transactional Analysis for Personal Growth by Dru Scott 1976 311 pages  Addison-Wesley Publishing ISBN-0-201-03435-2




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