Equal means equal why the time for an equal rights amendment is now by jessica neuwirth examines the history of the equal rights amendment why its necessary and several common myths regarding the u s constitution and the equal rights amendment including the arguments made for and against and the struggle for ratification. Equal means equal is a new book authored by jessica neuwirth president of the era coalition with a foreword by gloria steinem published by the new press the book highlights the reasons why . When the equal rights amendment was first passed by congress in 1972 richard nixon was president and all in the familys archie bunker was telling his feisty wife edith to stifle itover the course of the next ten years an initial wave of enthusiasm led to ratification of the era by thirty five states just three short of the thirty eight states needed by the 1982 deadline. She is the author of equal means equal why the time for an equal rights amendment is now which explores historical and contemporary womens rights cases related to topics including pay equity pregnancy discrimination and violence against women ms neuwirth holds a jd from harvard law school and a ba in history from yale university. Sources alice paul institutes the equal rights amendment faq frequently asked questions equal means equal why the time for an equal rights amendment is now by jessica neuwirth the new press 2015 frequently asked era questions additional resources now and the era summary of now actions in support of the era 1966 2018
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