On Account of Sex

  PREFACE
  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  ABBREVIATIONS

 collapse section1  CONSOLIDATION AND STALEMATE, 1945–1960
 expand section1  The Equal Rights Amendment and the Ambivalent Legacy of World War II
 expand section2  "Reasonable Distinctions": An Alternative to the ERA
 3  "Specific Bills for Specific Ills": Equal Pay Legislation
 4  Tokens of Presidential Esteem: Women Appointees

 collapse section2  MOVING AGAIN
 expand section5  A New Frontier for Women: The Kennedy Administration
 expand section6  The Equal Pay Act of 1963: Compromise and Victory

 collapse section3  THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN
 expand section7  The PCSW Versus the ERA
 expand section8  The PCSW and a Unified Agenda for Women's Rights

 collapse section4  BEYOND THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION
 expand section9  A Model for Action
 collapse section10  A New women's Movement
 The Creation of the National Organization for Women
 An Outside Pressure Group

 collapse sectionCONCLUSION  POLITICAL STRATEGIES AND OUTCOMES
 The Equal Rights Amendment
 Token Appointments
 The President's Commission on the Status of Women
 Possibilities and Limitations of Government Action
 Feminism
 Effective Strategies
 expand sectionAppendix 1:  Text of the Equal Pay Act of 1963
 expand sectionAppendix 2:  Executive Order 10980 Establishing the President's Commission on the Stagus of Women
 expand sectionAppendix 3:  Members of the President's commission and Its Committees

 expand sectionNotes
  ABBREVIATIONS
 expand sectionBIBLIOGRAPHY
 expand sectionINDEX

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