The Nation: Queens High

Like any movement that has touched an important social nerve, Women's Liberation has developed its own backlash. Declaring that "As the family goes, so goes the nation," Mrs. J.J. Jaboe last November formed the International Anti-Women's Liberation League in California. Today the league claims 15,000 members nationwide and has just established its Midwest chapter. Its principal work now is aimed at defeating the Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution.

Says Mrs. Harriet Pierce, Midwestern head of the league: "We see this amendment as a weapon of the women's liberationists to destroy the family structure. We fear it will lead to marriage among...

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