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Women - for America, for the World (1986)

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22 prominent American women discuss their activism for nuclear disarmament and their motivations in seeking the end of the arms race.

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Jean Shinoda Bolen ...
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Betty Bumpers ...
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Shirley Chisholm ...
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Allene Cottier ...
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Mary Dent Crisp ...
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Geraldine A. Ferraro ...
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Ellen Goodman ...
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Elisabeth Holtzman ...
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Vera Kistiakowsky ...
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Pat Schroeder ...
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22 prominent American women discuss their activism for nuclear disarmament and their motivations in seeking the end of the arms race.

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