It was a very unique opportunity for women. There had just been a lot of FCC regulation and the people were challenging licensing galore. And the stations were under the obligation to provide a certain amount of public programming, documentaries, educational value... I think this was also the women's movement which began affecting... People were thinking that it was time to hire women so they got me, they got me unexperienced, they got me cheap, they got me for $35 dollars a week less than they paid my male counterpart. But they got me as a producer and I worked very hard, producing a weekly public affairs program.
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Jewish Women's Archive. "Jewish Women's Archive - Women Who Dared - Margaret Lazarus on BEING A WOMAN ACTIVIST." <http://jwa.org/exhibits/wwd/jsp/fullAnswer.jsp>.
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Jewish Women's Archive, "Jewish Women's Archive - Women Who Dared - Margaret Lazarus on BEING A WOMAN ACTIVIST," <http://jwa.org/exhibits/wwd/jsp/fullAnswer.jsp>.