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Women in the World Today : International Report

1963

In December 1961 the President of the United States established the President's Commission on the Status of Women to review progress and to recommend methods of overcoming remaining discrimination against women in the United States in the areas of civil, political, and property rights and in family relations. 

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no. 1. Women in high-level elective and appointive positions in national governments -- no. 2. Political rights of women in member nations of the United Nations -- no. 3. Policies of national governments on employing women -- no. 4. Equal pay in member nations of the International Labor Organization -- no. 5. Protective labor legislation for women in 91 countries -- no. 6. Maternity protection and benefits in 92 countries -- no. 7. Notes on women's employment in the United States and nine European countries.

Abstract taken from the Preface International Report No. 1.

1963

Women's Bureau, U.S. Dept. of Labor

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  • sudocs: L 13.23:
  • lcc: HQ1111.W66 1963
  • ddc: 331.4 W837
  • oclc: 16434317
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United States. Women's Bureau. Women in the World Today : International Report. Washington, DC: Women's Bureau, U.S. Dept. of Labor, 1963. https://fraser.stlouisfed.org/title/6568, accessed on November 28, 2022.