The Women's Movements of the United States and Western Europe: Consciousness, Political Opportunity, and Public Policy

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10.
For a discussion of the relationship between tax status and permissible lobbying activities, see Berry 1977, 45-59.
11.
The Pregnancy Disability Act and the background behind its passage are thoroughly discussed in Gelb and Palley 1982, 154-66.
12.
Note the sharp dropoff in protest demonstration in the United States beginning in 1973 (from Taylor and Jodice 1983, 22):
Year 1960 1968 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977
No. of demonstrations 105 128 99 152 243 69 60 59 36 51
13.
The 1985 national convention of NOW passed the Civil Rights Restoration Act Resolution, laying out a strategy for winning congressional approval for this legislation. If passed, the bill would reverse the Supreme Court decision that restricted the government's ability to curtail funds for non-compliance with anti-discrimination provisions in the law in Grove City College v. Bell, 79 LEd 516 ( 1984). If the bill falls, NOW plans to make the legislation a major issue in the 1986 elections.

REFERENCES

Becker, Susan D. 1981. The Origins of the Equal Rights Amendment. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood.

Berry, Jeffrey M. 1977. "Lobbying for the People". Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press.

Boles, Janet. 1979. The Politics of the Equal Rights Amendment. New York, Longman.

Bonafede, Dom. 1982. "Women's Movement Broadens the Scope of Its Role in American Politics". National Journal 14 (11 December): 2109.

Boneparth, Ellen, ed. 1982. "Women, Power and Policy". Elmsford, N.Y.: Pergamon Press.

Boyer, Elizabeth. 1977. "In the Beginning . . ." WEAL National Newsletter 9, December. In the file "WEAL New sletters -- Master File", Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College.

Bros, Carol (NWPC). 1981. Interview, Washington, D.C, 6 January.

Chafe, William. 1972. "The American Woman". New York: Oxford University Press.

Cohodas, Nadine. 1983a. "More Service, Less Construction". Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report 41 (19 February): 415-16.

-----. 1983b. "New Unity Evident". Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report 41 (23 April): 782-83.

Conover, Pamela, and Virginia Gray. 1983. "Feminism and the New Right". New York: Praeger.

Costain, Anne N. 1980. "The Struggle for a National Women's Lobby", Western Political Quarterly 33 (December): 476-91.

-----. 1982. "Representing Women: The Transition from Social Movement to Interest Group". In Ellen Boneparth, ed., Women, Power and Policy, 19-37. Elmsford, N.Y.: Pergamon Press.

Costain, Anne N., and W. Douglas Costain. 1983. "The Women's Lobby". In Allan J. Cigler and Burdett A. Loomis, eds., Interest Group Politics, 191-216. Washington, D.C.: CQ Press.

-----. 1985. "Movements and Gatekeepers: Congressional Response to Women's Movement Issues, 1900-1982." Congress and the Presidency 12 ( Spring): 21-42.

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