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FLYING: Loose Upper Lib

by KATE MILLETT 545 pages. Knopf. $8.95. Back in 1967 a shy young artist named Kate Millett had her first one-woman New York show. LIFE magazine ran...

The Press: Women's Lib: Mailer v. Millett

In Armies of the Night, his Pulitzer-prizewinning journal of the 1967 antiwar march on the Pentagon, Norman Mailer lists his self-citations: "warrior,...

Art: What Women Have Done to Art.

Most people who remember the glory days of feminism in the 1970s think first of the consciousness-raising sessions, of Betty Friedan and Kate Millett and of Jane...

Books: Up Against the Men's Room Wall

SEXUAL POLITICS by Kate Mtltett. 393 pages. Doub/eday. $7.95. First, a short radical-awareness test. Fill the blank spaces in the following statements: 1)...

Nation: Who's Come a Long Way, Baby?

THESE are the times that try men's souls, and they are likely to get much worse before they get better. It was not so long ago that the battle of the sexes...

Nation: The Liberation of Kate Millet

THERE is the past as well as the present in Kate Millett's declaration, "Women's Liberation is my life." In a voice barely above a murmur, trembling at times...

Behavior: Women's Lib: A Second Look

To Critic Irving Howe, the book is "a farrago of blunders, distortions, vulgarities and plain nonsense," and its author is guilty of "historical reductionism,"...

A Letter From The Publisher: Aug. 31, 1970

DEPORTING on the activities of militant groups is never an easy task. Correspondents, no matter how concerned, are generally suspect as minions of the so-called...

Behavior: Sex and the Super-Groupie

To most beleaguered males, it would seem that the U.S. has enough demonic spokesmen for Women's Lib without having to import them. But Germaine Greer, 32, who...

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