Senate Considers ERA The Equal Rights Amendment would address sex discrimination and inequalities for women in social, political and economic life. But there are some civic duties that both sexes would rather avoid.
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Most Women Are Ready To Accept The Responsibilities That Go With Equal Rights

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Most Women Are Ready To Accept The Responsibilities That Go With Equal Rights

Most Women Are Ready To Accept The Responsibilities That Go With Equal Rights

Most Women Are Ready To Accept The Responsibilities That Go With Equal Rights

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The Equal Rights Amendment would address sex discrimination and inequalities for women in social, political and economic life. But there are some civic duties that both sexes would rather avoid.

This story originally aired on All Things Considered on March 21, 1972.

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