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Beard, Mary. Woman as Force in History. Collier, 1946.
Bird, Caroline. Born Female. D. McKay Company, 1968.
Burger, Ninki Hart. The Executives Wife. Macmillan, 1968.
Callahan, Daniel. Abortion. Macmillan, 1970.
Callahan, Sidney Cornelia. The Working Mother. Macmillan, 1971. Sixteen women write about their own experiences.
Clemens, Lois Gunden. Woman Liberated. Herald Press, 1971. A Mennonite view of the question.
Culver, Elsie Thomas. Women in the World of Religion. Doubleday, 1967. A history of women from primitive religion up to the present, including sections on Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism and Islam. Very weak on contemporary Catholicism, but the best book on the overall picture.
Cunneen, Sally. Sex: Female; Religion: Catholic. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1968.
Daly, Mary. The Church and the Second Sex. Harper& Row, 1968. This remains the best overall scholarly study of women in the Catholic Church.
Doely, Sarah Bentley, editor. Womens Liberation and the Church. Association Press, 1970. A first-rate collection of essays by leading Catholic and Protestant women. An excellent appendix includes such things as the report on Sex Role Stereotyping in the United Methodist Nursery Curriculum.
Ellmann, Mary. Thinking About Women. Harcourt, Brace & World, 1968.
Ermarth, Margaret Sittler. Adams Fractured Rib. Fortress, 1970. A Lutheran study of the role of women which includes summaries of whats going on in the other churches.
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Flexner, Eleanor. Century of Struggle. Belknap Press, 1966. This is one of many fine histories of the woman suffrage movement in this country.
Friedan, Betty. The Feminine Mystique. Dell, 1963.
Gibson, Rev. Elsie. When the Minister is a Woman. Holt, Rinehart& Winston, 1970. The book has been sharply criticized by some Protestants as too unmilitant, but for Catholics unused to ordained women it can be quite helpful.
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Grisez, Germain. Abortion. Corpus, 1970.
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A study of employment of Baptist women on the national level.
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Presbyterian Life. Feb. 8, 1967. A complete issue devoted to the woman question.
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The entire issue of this Presbyterian magazine is a study guide for six discussion sessions.
St. Anthony Messenger. March 1971.
A whole issue devoted to women in the church with a number of significant articles and a series of short interviews.
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Jobs are scarcer now than when this was written, but it remains the only survey of theological opportunities for women.
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This study of the words and actions of Jesus as portrayed in the four gospels has been translated and reprinted in over a dozen countries.
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Woolf, Virginia. A Room of Ones Own. Harcourt, Brace, 1957.
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A sociological study of the East European Jewish village, the shtetl, which includes interesting material on the attitude of Jews toward women.
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