Ithaca NY: Review of Radical Political Economics, 1972. Periodical. 4to, pp. 154. Illustrated wtih several photographs. Paper wraps. Cover slightly soiled and dog-eared, owner's name on front, o/w a VG tight copy. The entire issue is given over to articles on the subject and includes course syllabi and bibliographies.
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Philadelphia: Chilton, (1972). First Edition. 8vo, pp. 330. Illustrated. Violet cloth, stamped in gilt. Ex library, with pocket and stamps. Edges little soiled, o/w a VG tight copy. Women of three centuries who liberated themselves by writing: from Mary Wollstonecraft and Mary Shelley to Virginia Woolf.
Middletown CT: Wesleyan University, (1980). First Edition. Horizontal 8vo, pp. 113. Illustrated with photographs by Susan McAllester. White cloth. Cover very slightly spotted at edges, o/w a VG copy in price-clipped, little chipped and soiled dj. House poems from Navajo ritual translated and arranged by David P. McAllester.
NY: Rizzoli, (1977). First Edition. Large 8vo, pp. 358. Illustrated. Inscribed by Phillips to poet William Jay Smith: "For William Jay Smith - | poet extra-ordinaire | Rodney Phillips" Near fine in dj. Smith is mentioned in the book with a note about Richard Wilbur. "Based on an enormously successful.....
NY: Simon and Schuster, 1972. First printing. 8vo, pp. 348. Owner's signature on flyleaf, o/w a nice copy in little chipped and scuffed dj. Ideas on jobs available for college-educated women who wanted to return to work in the 70s. Descriptions of various fields; the salaries quoted are interesting!
NY: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, (1974). First Edition. 8vo, pp. 320. Notes, bibliography, index. Edges somewhat spotted, o/w a VG tight copy in little scuffed and chipped dj. An analysis of where women stood in politics in the 1970s, based on interviews with women from the grassroots to the governor's.....